Example Question #1 : Inequalities
Solve the following inequality:
In algebra an inequality is a relationship that holds through different values of a variable. An inequality is considered to be solved when the variable is isolated to one side of the inequality. We will do this by performing the reverse of the operations that were done to the variable. It is important to note that what is done to one side of the inequality needs to be done on the other.
Let's start by writing the inequality.
Subtract from both sides of the inequality.
Divide each side of the inequality by .
The variable is greater than four.