## Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

$[-1,∞)$
$5x+3 \geq 2+4x$ Using inequality addition property, add -3 on both sides, the result is an equivalent inequality. $5x+3 -3 \geq 2+4x-3$ $5x \geq 4x-1$ Add $-4x$ on both sides, $5x-4x \geq 4x-1-4x$ $x \geq -1$ Interval Notation: $[-1,∞)$