Solve for x

x>-8

$x>−8$

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-122<6+24x-8x

Use the distributive property to multiply -3 by -2-8x.

-122<6+16x

Combine 24x and -8x to get 16x.

6+16x>-122

Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side. This changes the sign direction.

16x>-122-6

Subtract 6 from both sides.

16x>-128

Subtract 6 from -122 to get -128.

x>\frac{-128}{16}

Divide both sides by 16. Since 16 is positive, the inequality direction remains the same.

x>-8

Divide -128 by 16 to get -8.

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