# heyya

4x = y > 6

4x = y > 6
does it make since if you put a line under >. Because that is the question I am suppose to figure out.

## It seems like you are trying to understand an inequality equation. However, the equation "4x = y > 6" does not make sense as it contains two inequalities along with an equal sign. Inequality equations typically involve one inequality symbol, such as > (greater than), < (less than), ≥ (greater than or equal to), or ≤ (less than or equal to).

To clarify, let's assume you want to solve the inequality 4x > y > 6. This inequality states that y is greater than 6, and y is also greater than 4x. To solve this type of inequality, we need to break it down into two separate inequalities.

First, we can write the inequality 4x > 6, which means that 4x is greater than 6. To solve for x, we can divide both sides of the inequality by 4:

4x > 6
x > 6/4
x > 3/2

So, the first inequality is x > 3/2.

Next, we have y > 4x. To keep it simple, we can substitute the value of x that we found in the first inequality:

y > 4(3/2)
y > 6

Therefore, the two inequalities that represent the original equation 4x > y > 6 are:
x > 3/2
y > 6