Find the values of x that satisfy the following inequality 3x – 7 > 3 – x

Recall: We treat inequality in a similar manner to the equal sign.

The steps are:

1. Collect like terms

2. Simplify

3x – 7 > 3 – x

step 1 : 3x + x > 3+7

step 2: 4x > 10

4x/4 > 10/4

x > 2.5

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