# SOLUTION: -2x-4<10 I think i need to get rid of the -4 first. -2x-4<10 -2x+4<10+4 -2x+4<14 not sure where to go from here, nor am i sure this is right

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Inequalities Question 149690: -2x-4<10 I think i need to get rid of the -4 first. -2x-4<10 -2x+4<10+4 -2x+4<14 not sure where to go from here, nor am i sure this is rightAnswer by jim_thompson5910(28549)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Start with the given inequality. Add to both sides. Combine like terms on the right side. Divide both sides by to isolate . note: Remember, the inequality sign flips when we divide both sides by a negative number. Reduce. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Answer: So the answer is So the answer in interval notation is Also, the answer in set-builder notation is Here's the graph of the solution set