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x>\frac{2}{3}

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3x>6-4

Subtract 4 from both sides.

3x>2

Subtract 4 from 6 to get 2.

x>\frac{2}{3}

Divide both sides by 3. Since 3 is positive, the inequality direction remains the same.

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Solve for x

x>\frac{2}{3}

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3x>6-4

Subtract 4 from both sides.

3x>2

Subtract 4 from 6 to get 2.

x>\frac{2}{3}

Divide both sides by 3. Since 3 is positive, the inequality direction remains the same.