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Find Integer x## Hello. If we conclude that X

Kindly clear my confusion.

## The keyword here is "integer.

The keyword here is "integer." If x is an integer, AND -4 < x < -2.5, then x must equal -3

## Hi, quick question:

Can you further explain why -2 was divided among the inequality? I distributed -2 first. Thanks!

## Your method works too.

Your method works too.

I just decided to eliminate the -2 (through division) from the start.

## For the first example of -3<

## That's a perfectly valid

That's a perfectly valid approach. It only takes 1 more (very small) step than the approach I took in the video.

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