How do you solve #39<  9+ 4n#?
in interval notation
divide each side by four.
using interval notation
If you try to substitute numbers bigger than 12, you'll get the right response.
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To solve the inequality (39 < 9 + 4n), follow these steps:

Add 9 to both sides to isolate the term containing (4n): [39 + 9 < 9 + 9 + 4n]

Simplify both sides: [48 < 4n]

Divide both sides by 4 to solve for (n): [\frac{48}{4} < \frac{4n}{4}]

Simplify both sides: [12 < n]
So, the solution to the inequality is (n > 12).
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