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Solve the inequation:

4 – 2x < 3(3 – x)

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#### Solution

4 – 2x < 3(3 – x)

∴ 4 – 2 < 9 – 3x

Adding 3x on both sides, we get

4 + x < 9

Subtracting 4 from both sides, we get

x < 5

i.e., x takes all real values less than 5

∴ the solution set is `(-oo, 5)`

Concept: Solution of Linear Inequality

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