How do you solve x(3x-1)<4?

Algebra
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How do you solve x(3x-1)<4?

Jan 17th, 2015

You would first distribut x over (3x-1) so that you get 4x-1x and then you would simplify the equation so that it is 3x<4.  After that, you would divide both sides by 3. You would get x>1 1/3 as your answer and you would change the less then sign to greater than becuase you are dividing and anytime you divide with an inequality, you change the sign.


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