1. ## help

4x-5x>3x+2

2. Originally Posted by jerryramos
4x-5x>3x+2

$4x-5x>3x+2$

Subtract: $-1x>3x+2$

Add 1x to both sides: $0>4x+2$

Subtract 2 from both sides: $-2>4x$

Divide both sides by 4: $\frac{-2}{4}>x$

3. ## Solving inequalities ...

Originally Posted by jerryramos
4x-5x>3x+2
$

4x-5x>3x+2
$

$

-x>3x+2
$

$

-2>3x+x
$

$

-2>4x
$

$

\frac{-2}{4}>x
$

$

\frac{-1}{2}>x

$

$
=> x<\frac{-1}{2}

$

Hope this helps

Mahurshi Akilla

4. Originally Posted by mahurshi
$

4x-5x>3x+2
$

$

-x>3x+2
$

$

-2>3x+x
$

$

-2>4x
$

$

\frac{-2}{4}>x
$

$

\frac{-1}{2}>x

$

$
=> x<\frac{-1}{2}

$

Hope this helps

Mahurshi Akilla
How would this help? The question was asked 9 months ago and you didn't really change anything from what Quick posted?? (Except to add a few steps, which if the original poster didn't understand they would've posted their question by now...)

-Dan

5. Originally Posted by topsquark
How would this help? The question was asked 9 months ago and you didn't really change anything from what Quick posted?? (Except to add a few steps, which if the original poster didn't understand they would've posted their question by now...)

-Dan
You're right. But I must say that the timestamps on these posts are too small to notice on the first glimpse.