Solve the following inequity. Write the anwser in interval notation. 1 + 2/x+1 greater or less than or equal to 2/x i got the intervals (-infinity, -2) U [-2, 1] U [1, infinity) Are these the correct intervals, and which ones are true?
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Originally Posted by B-lap Solve the following inequity. Write the anwser in interval notation. 1 + 2/x+1 greater or less than or equal to 2/x i got the intervals (-infinity, -2) U [-2, 1] U [1, infinity) Are these the correct intervals, and which ones are true? the bold statement makes no sense ... fix it.
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Originally Posted by B-lap Solve the following inequity. Write the anwser in interval notation. 1 + 2/x+1 less than or equal to 2/x i got the intervals (-infinity, -2) U [-2, 1] U [1, infinity) Are these the correct intervals ... no critical values are , , , and now check the inequality using x-values within each interval separated by the critical values of x.
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