# How do you solve the inequality #2y<y+2#?

y < 2

Subtract y from both sides of the inequality

thus : 2y - y < y + 2 - y → y < 2

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To solve the inequality (2y < y + 2), first, subtract (y) from both sides to get (y < 2). This is the solution to the inequality.

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