MultiStep inequalities are inequalities which take more than one step in solving them. You need to follow a step by step approach in solving these kind of problems. Through there is no general method to solve them you can follow a set of guidelines. First thing you have to do is make sure that only x terms remain on the left hand side of the equation. If there are any other numerical terms add the negative of that term to both the sides of the equation to eliminate it on the left hand side. Note that in inequalities when you need to change the sign of all terms of the equation the sign of the inequality also changes. This video shows how to solve multistep inequalities.
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