Solve the following inequality: –1 + 6(–1 – 3x) > –39 – 2x. A. x < 3 B. x < –10 C. x < 2 D. x < –3

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/04/2020 - 07:33 PM

Answered by admin AT 18/04/2020 - 07:33 PM

1. Collect like terms
(-1 - 39) + 6(-1 - 3x) - 2x
2. Simplify
-40 + 6(-1 - 3x) - 2x
3. Expand
-40 - 6 - 18x - 2x
4. Collect like terms
(-40 - 6) + (-18x - 2x)
5. Simplify
-46 - 20x
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