B belle<3 New member Joined Aug 27, 2007 Messages 17 Aug 27, 2007 #1 Solve the inequality 4< 2(1 – 3x) < 10. How do I go about doing this problem? 4 < 2(1 – 3x) < 10 Divide by 2 2 < 1 − 3x < 5 Subtract 1 1 < −3x < 4 Divide by −3 −1/3 > x > −4/3 Is that correct?

Solve the inequality 4< 2(1 – 3x) < 10. How do I go about doing this problem? 4 < 2(1 – 3x) < 10 Divide by 2 2 < 1 − 3x < 5 Subtract 1 1 < −3x < 4 Divide by −3 −1/3 > x > −4/3 Is that correct?

S Subhotosh Khan Super Moderator Staff member Joined Jun 18, 2007 Messages 18,134 Aug 27, 2007 #2 Re: Solve the inequality 4< 2(1 – 3x) < 10. belle<3 said: How do I go about doing this problem? 4 < 2(1 – 3x) < 10 Divide by 2 2 < 1 − 3x < 5 Subtract 1 1 < −3x < 4 Divide by −3 −1/3 > x > −4/3 Correct ... Good work Is that correct? Click to expand...

Re: Solve the inequality 4< 2(1 – 3x) < 10. belle<3 said: How do I go about doing this problem? 4 < 2(1 – 3x) < 10 Divide by 2 2 < 1 − 3x < 5 Subtract 1 1 < −3x < 4 Divide by −3 −1/3 > x > −4/3 Correct ... Good work Is that correct? Click to expand...