# How do you solve the inequality 7x/3 < 2 ?

The answer would be : $x < \frac{6}{7}$
First, we divide 7 on both sides, since 7 is multiplying $\frac{x}{3}$. We get: $\frac{x}{3} < \frac{2}{7}$. Then, we multiply 3 on both sides, getting: $x < 3 \frac{2}{7}$ which can become: $x < \frac{6}{7}$.