# How do you solve #3/4 - 2/3>x/6#?

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May 26, 2018

#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

You can solve this with fractions but I always recommend we turn them into integers to make everything WAY easier:

To do that we need a common denominator of

prime factors:

so the common factors in all three terns are:

so here is the trick, we multiply 12 by both sides of the inequality like so:

remember

then cross divide:

Now it is super simple to solve: