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Solve the inequality: \(\frac{2x - 5}{2} < (2 - x)\)



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  • In respect to the equation; 2x-5/2< 2-x/1 find the lcm; lcm=2. therefore, 2x-5<2[2-x]/2 =2x-5<4-2x/2= -5-4<-2x-2x= -9<-4x [divide both sides by 4]. Therefore; x<9/4 which is also giving us the option D when being broken down to the final stage

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