How do you solve #203h< 8#?
Treat an inequality as an equation, unless you multiply or divide by a negative number, in which case the sign in the middle changes around.
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To solve the inequality 20  3h < 8:

Subtract 20 from both sides: 3h < 8  20 3h < 28

Divide both sides by 3. Since dividing by a negative number flips the inequality sign: h > 28 / 3

Simplify: h > 28/3
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