## Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

$x>\frac{4-3y}{2}$
Given is an inequality $Ax+By>C$, where $A,B,C$ are constants. An equivalent inequality can be found by substituting any values for $A,B,C$, which also fulfils the condition$A>0$. An equivalent inequality can be written as follows: $2x+3y>4$ This inequality is restructured with $x$ isolated on left side as: $x>\frac{4-3y}{2}$