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[QUOTE=elldeegee;41108109]You don't need to get it to zero on the RHS.
You can just rearrange it like an ordinary equation.
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Yes you can, but do not forget to take restrictions (f.e x>4)
for that the inequality remains true
Arranging to zero allways works without so restrictions (because
you do not need to multiply an unknown x term)
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