How would I go about solving
(1/x) + 4 < 2/x?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
Subtract from both sides!
Subtract 4 from both sides!
Now you have to re-write the LHS as a single fraction, which is easy since they have the same denominator!
Now if you multiply through by negative 1, you'll get a nicer expression, but remember that when you multiply through by negative 1, the direction of the inequality changes!
Can you draw any conclusions from this?