For which values of x is the inequality 3(1 + x) > x + 17 true?
A) 2 & 3 C) 6 & 7
B) 4 & 5 D) 8 & 9
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D 8,9

Solving the inequality for X we can find easily that the value of X should be >7.
by Level 5 User (13.1k points)
3+3x>x+17, 2x>14, x>7. x must be greater than 7 to satisfy the inequality.
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