Linear inequalities can be solved by a similar way in which we solve linear equations. For example, we have 2x - 2 = 4. To solve for x, we take the -2 to the other side, and it becomes +2. Then , we take the 2 in the 2x to the other side, and it goes to the denominator of the other side of the equation. Similarly, if an inequation like 2x - 2<4 is given, do the same thing mentioned above for the linear equation. Finally, it will look like this: x>3. That's it.