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Use substitution to determine if x>2 is the possible solution to the inequality. Yes or no? 3x-6<18-3x?

At every point where there is x substitute 2 . Imagine x =2 to make It easy but remember to replace > am therefore 3x = 3 times >2 which is >6. subtract 6 so then the answer to the left hand side is >0 -3x is >6. 18 - >6 is 12 So Is >0<12 yes

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