# What value of x is in the solution set of 2x – 3 > 11 – 5x?

# a) –3, b) 0, c) 2, d) 4

We will use the concept of algebra to solve the following inequality.

## Answer: The value of x is 4 in the solution set of 2x – 3 > 11 – 5x

Let us understand this by solving the inequality.

**Explanation:**

Given: 2x – 3 > 11 – 5x

Let's solve the inequality

2x – 3 > 11 – 5x

⇒ 7x > 14 ( Transposing -5x on the left hand side and -3 on the right hand side.)

⇒ x > 2

Since x is greater than 2, from the available set of options that is, a) –3, b) 0, c) 2, d) 4, only 4 satisfies the inequality.