# How do you solve the inequality #2(x-3) <4(x+1/2)#?

##### 1 Answer

Nov 26, 2015

#### Answer:

Simplify the the expression on each side; add and subtract to isolate

#### Explanation:

Expand the expression on each side:

Subtract

(you can always subtract the same amount from both sides of an inequality with out effecting the validity or orientation of the inequality)

Divide both sides by

(you can always multiply or divide by any amount

Reversal of inequality (doesn't really change it but makes it look more standard)