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(1/2)(x-1) > (1/4)(6x+1) . . . 2(x-1) > (6x+1) . . . 2x-2 > 6x+1 . . . -2 > 4x+1 . . . -3 > 4x . . . 4x < -3 . . . x < -3/4 or -0.75
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