How do you solve and graph #(2x)/3>4x+10#? Algebra Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Multi-Step Inequalities 1 Answer Hope It Helps Mar 31, 2018 Answer: #x<-3# Explanation: #(2x)/3>4x+10# (Multiply both sides by 3) #2x>3(4x+10)# (Distribute 3 to numbers in bracket) #2x>12x+30# (subtract 12x from both sides) #-10x>30# (Divide both sides by -10) #x>-3# (According to math rules, when dividing an inequality by a negative number, > becomes <) #x<-3# Related questions How do you solve multi step inequalities? What is the difference between solving multi step equations and multi step inequalities? How do you solve multi step inequalities with variables on both sides? How do you solve for x given #x-5>x+6 #? What do you do when your variable cancels out? How do you solve for x when you have #4x-2(3x-9) \le -4(2x-9)#? How do you graph #\frac{5x-1}{4} > -2 (x+5)#? How do you solve for x in #4-6x \le 2(2x+3)#? How do you solve -3x+4<-8#? Which of these values of x satisfies the inequality #-7x+6≤ -8#? See all questions in Multi-Step Inequalities Impact of this question 192 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License