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Solve the inequality -4(x + 4) > x - 7 + 4x. Give your answer as an interval.

 Nov 13, 2022
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\((-\infty,-1)\)

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 Nov 13, 2022
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\(-4(x+4)>x-7+4x\)

\(-4x-16>5x-7\)

\(-9x-16>-7\)

\(-9x>9\)

\(x<-1\)

 

 

In interval notation, the inequality above is \((-\infty,-1)\). Hope this helped :)

 Nov 13, 2022

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