# How do you solve #-25 < 5(w + 3)#?

Flip the inequality to get w on the left side.

Distribute the 5.

Subtract 15 from both sides.

Divide both sides by 5.

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To solve the inequality ( -25 < 5(w + 3) ), follow these steps:

- Divide both sides of the inequality by 5.
- Solve for ( w ).

The solution is ( w > -8 ).

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