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11x+4<15, 12x-7>-25.

11x<11, x<1; 12x>-18, 2x>-3, x>-3/2, so -3/2<x. Note that the point of the < sign points to the smaller quantity.

Therefore x is between -3/2 and 1: -3/2<x<1.

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