FourFour

more than twice a number is

lessless

than negative

fourteen.fourteen.  

Find all numbers that make this statement true.

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Let n represent the number.

2n+4<-14

Divide through by 2: n+2<-7

Subtract 2 from each side: n<-9 so all numbers less than negative nine satisfy this inequality.

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