How do you solve #-3abs(2x-5)<9#?

1 Answer
Jul 13, 2015

Answer:

#x in RR#

Explanation:

To silplifuy the inequality first you can divide both sides by #-3#.

You have to remember to change the sign of inequality when multiplying or dividing by a negative value

So you get:

#|2x-5|> -3#

This is true for every real number #x#, because absolute value of any expression is greater than or equal to zero.