How do you solve the two step inequality 2 (6-x) < 4x ?

Apr 1, 2018

$2 < x$

Explanation:

$2 \left(6 - x\right) < 4 x$ (Distribute 2 to the numbers in bracket)

$12 - 2 x < 4 x$ (Add 2x to both sides of the equation)

$12 < 6 x$ (Divide both sides by 6 to isolate the variable)

$2 < x$