Solve 4(x - 3) - 2(x - 1) > 0. A. {x | x < -5} B. {x | x > -5} C. {x | x > 5} D. {x | x < 5}

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  • Answer posted by: baydivy
    Answer:Apply the distributive property.4x+4⋅−3−2(x−1)>0Multiply 4 by −3.4x−12−2(x−1)>0Apply the distributive property.4x−12−2x−2⋅−1>0Multiply −2 by −1.4x−12−2x+2>0
  • Answer posted by: xXDuryodhanXx
    SoLuTiOn➝Given:- 4(x - 3) - 2(x - 1) > 0.Solving It:- 4(x - 3) - 2(x - 1) > 04x - 12 - 2x + 2 > 02x -10 > 02x > 10x > 10/2x > 5So Correct Solution Set Will Be:-C. {x | x > 5}Hope This Helps You

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