# How do you solve the inequality 4n-6>6n-20?

Nov 30, 2015

The answer is $n < 7$ or n in (-oo;7)

#### Explanation:

To solve inequality you can add or substract terms from both sides.
You can also multiply or divide both sides by the same number different from zero.

If you multiply or divide by a negative number you have to remember to change the sign of inequality

$4 n - 6 > 6 n - 20$

$4 n - 6 n > 6 - 20$

$- 2 n \succ 14$

$n < 7$