How do you solve the inequality #4-x<3#?

1 Answer
Apr 15, 2017

Answer:

#x> 1#

Explanation:

First group like terms. Remember when you move a figure or a variable to the other side, the sign changes.

#-x<3-4#

#-x<-1#

Divide both sides by #-1#. When you divide by a negative number, you change the inequality sign to its opposite.

#(cancel(-1)x)/cancel(-1)> (cancel(-)1)/(cancel(-)1)#

#rArrx>1#