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Ok, i see that i should've have added the 3 - 11. Thank you so much! Have a great morning!

Hi;In line 2) 4x - 6x = -2xIn your line 3) -3 - 11 = -14Here is how to do it.4x + 11 < 6x - 3Take 4x away from both sides.11 < 2x - 3Add 3 to both sides.14 < 2x Divide both sides by 2.7 < xOrx > 7

Ok, if you had to change 4x+11=6x-3 into a linear inequality how would you do it, and how would you solve it?

Hi;I am not getting that. Please recheck your work.

Good morning bobbym. Would i solve it like this4x + 11 < 6x - 34x - 6x + 11 < - 6x - 6x - 32x + 11 -11 < -3 - 112x < - 8-2x/-2 < -8/-2 = x < 4and check it4(4) + 11 < 6(4) - 316 + 11 < 24 - 327 < 27

Post #25 does that for all 4 possibilities.

No, i just need to change my 1-variable linear equation to a linear inequality using < or >.

Hi;There is no reason to replace the equality with either of those that I understand. It is totally arbitrary.Is there more to the question? Have you left anything out?

So i would solve the linear inequality problem the same way i solve the linear equation, but replace the equal sign with < or >

4x+11<6x-3 or 4x+11>6x-3 or 4x+11≤ 6x-3 or 4x+11 ≥ 6x-3

I need to turn this linear equation 4x+11=6x-3 into a linear inequality.

Which one?

ok, so how would you solve the equation using < or >.

Why couldn't you just replace the = with a < or a >?