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No need to change direction of the inequality:

  • Add (or subtract) a number from both sides
  • Multiply (or divide) both sides by a positive number
  • Simplify a side


 Change the direction of the inequality ("<" becomes ">" for example):

  1. Multiply (or divide) both sides by a negative number

       2.  Swapping left and right hand sides


  Here, -5x < 80

        we are dividing with the negative number so we should have to change the direction of inequality

             x > 16