This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on **How To Find The Solution To An Inequality With Division.**

If you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by the same positive number, the inequality remains true. But if you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by a negative number, the inequality is no longer true.

Each of the following is equivalent to xy/z * (5(x + y)) EXCEPT:

For how many positive integers, x, is it true that x^4<27x?

3

2

More than

1

None

Solve for x.

4x+3y=6

2x+2y=4

x=2

x=0

x>0

x=3/4

x=-2

Solve for the y-intercept:

3y+11≥5y+6x−1

3

-3

6

-12

-6

Solve for x:

−4x−12<15

x<15−4x

x>15/4

x>-27/4

x<15/4

x<27/4

What is the solution set of the inequality 3x+8<35 ?

x<9

x>9

x<27

x>27

x<35

What is a solution set of the inequality 2x+12>42?

x>4

x>3/2

x>15

x<15

x<9

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Finding The Solution To An Inequality With Division

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