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Is 5-2x Greater than -1?## Like the last video if x was

## I'm not sure which video you

I'm not sure which video you're referring to. Can you be more specific?

## But for the second statement,

## Be careful. So, the rephrased

Be careful. The rephrased target question (Is x < 3?) isn't telling us that x is less than 3; it's asking us a question: "Is x < 3?"

We don't know whether x < 3. In fact, that's the target question we're trying to answer.

Statement 2 tells us that x < 2

Does this information help us determine whether or not x < 3?

Yes.

If it is the case x < 2, then we can be certain that x < 3

Does that help?

Cheers,

Brent

## I got it. thankyou :)

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