# How do you solve #-6 > -2x + -10#?

The answer to this inequality is

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To solve the inequality ( -6 > -2x + -10 ), first add 10 to both sides to isolate the variable term:

[ -6 + 10 > -2x ]

Simplify:

[ 4 > -2x ]

Now, divide both sides by -2. Remember, when dividing by a negative number, the inequality sign flips:

[ \frac{4}{-2} < x ]

Simplify:

[ -2 < x ]

Therefore, the solution to the inequality is ( x > -2 ).

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