How do you solve 4/(x+2)>2?

Sep 23, 2016

$0 > x$

Explanation:

We can rearrange this equation by treated the $>$ sign with
the $=$ sign

First we times both sides by $x + 2$

$\frac{4}{x + 2} > 2 \to$

$4 > 2 \left(x + 2\right)$

When the bracket is multiplied out we get the equation;

$4 > 2 x + 4$

Then we take $4$ from both sides

$0 > 2 x$

Finally we divide both sides by $2$

$0 > x$