# How do you solve and graph # 3-2k > -4#?

##### 1 Answer

Sep 6, 2015

graph{3-2x < -4 [-2.8, 8.297, -2.854, 2.694]}

#### Explanation:

Things you can do with expressions in an inequality **which maintain the inequality**:

- Add the same amount to each expression
- Subtract the same amount from each expression
- Divide each expression by the same amount
**provided the amount is greater than zero** - Multiply each expression by the same amount
**provided the amount is greater than zero**

Things you can do with expressions in an inequality **which reverse the direction of the inequality sign**:

- Exchange the expressions with one another on opposite sides of the inequality (when dealing with a single inequality relation)
- Multiply both sides of the inequality by an amount
**less than zero** - Divide both sides of the inequality by an amount
**less than zero**

Given the above rules, we can subtract

Then we can divide each expression by