# How do you solve the inequality -6+2k<6?

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#### Explanation:

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$- 6 + 2 k < 6 \implies 2 k < 6 + 6 \implies 2 k < 12 \implies k < 6$

Sep 27, 2015

The answer is $k < 6$.

#### Explanation:

$- 6 + 2 k < 6$

Add $6$ to both sides.

$2 k < 6 + 6 =$

$2 k < 12$

Divide both sides by $2$.

$k < \frac{12}{2} =$

$k < 6$