Solve the inequalities – 12 < 4 – \( \dfrac{3x}{-5}\) ≤ 2

Asked by Pragya Singh | 2 years ago |  142

1 Answer

Solution :-

The inequality given is,

= – 12 < 4 – \( \dfrac{3x}{-5}\) ≤ 2

\( 12 -4 < \dfrac{-3x}{-5} ≤ 2-4\)

\( -16< \dfrac{3x}{5} ≤ -2\)

\(80x< 3x≤ -10\)

\(\dfrac{-80}{3}< x≤ \dfrac{-10}{3}\)

Thus, the solution set for the given inequality is (\( \dfrac{-80}{3}\), \( \dfrac{-10}{3}\)]

Answered by Abhisek | 2 years ago

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