# How do you solve #5x + 4< 3( 5x - 2)#?

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To solve ( 5x + 4 < 3(5x - 2) ), follow these steps:

- Distribute ( 3 ) into ( 5x - 2 ) to get ( 15x - 6 ).
- Simplify the inequality to ( 5x + 4 < 15x - 6 ).
- Subtract ( 5x ) from both sides to get ( 4 < 10x - 6 ).
- Add ( 6 ) to both sides to get ( 10 < 10x ).
- Divide both sides by ( 10 ) to isolate ( x ), yielding ( \frac{10}{10} < x ).
- Simplify to ( 1 < x ).

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