##### Asked by: Ammar Lecat

asked in category: General Last Updated: 18th February, 2020# How do you solve inequalities with fractions on both sides?

**To solve an inequality use the following steps:**

- Step 1 Eliminate
**fractions**by multiplying all terms by the least common denominator of all**fractions**. - Step 2 Simplify by combining like terms on each
**side**of the**inequality**. - Step 3 Add or subtract quantities to obtain the unknown on one
**side**and the numbers on the other.

Also question is, how do you solve inequalities with parentheses?

First, apply the distributive property to the left side of the **inequality**. Multiply each of the two numbers inside the **parentheses** by 6 and then add those products. Next, subtract -24 from both sides. Then, to get egin{align*}xend{align*} by itself on one side of the **inequality**, you need to divide both sides by 6.

Likewise, how do you solve inequalities with variables? **Summary**

- Many simple inequalities can be solved by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing both sides until you are left with the variable on its own.
- But these things will change direction of the inequality:
- Don't multiply or divide by a variable (unless you know it is always positive or always negative)

In this way, how do you solve equations with variables on both sides calculator?

- Step 1: Enter the equation in “Solve the Equation” field.
- Step 2: Click the button “Solve” to get the output.
- Step 3: The unknown value of the given equation will be displayed in a new window.

What is an inequality in fractions?

Each time you divide or multiply by a negative number, you must change the direction of the **inequality** symbol. This is the only difference between solving equations and solving **inequalities**. First Eliminate **fractions** by multiplying all terms by the least common denominator of all **fractions**.