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Originally Posted by greg1987 , Can somebody help me? It looks like you have dumped us into the middle of a problem. What is the exact statement of the entire problem? There must be more to the question.
hi try using: then use substitution. hope this helps.
We've got to find a set of points (x,y) (and mark it on a plane) which satisfies this inequality.That's all.
Originally Posted by anonimnystefy hi try using: then use substitution. hope this helps. ok so i've got Now I need to multiply the denominator?
you cannot multiply because you don't know if the sign of the denominator is + or -. did you try using substitution?it will make it a little easier to see what you can do.
I don't know what should I substitute, some clue?
try
so -1<t<0 or t>1?
that's pretty much right. what do you get when you sub?
rewrite by meaning: x^a = (y-2); (y -2)^(1/a) = x is same as: a > 1/a solve for a
or and how can I determine x and y?
Originally Posted by greg1987 We've got to find a set of points (x,y) (and mark it on a plane) which satisfies this inequality.That's all. Well then you have included that. You know that , WHY? For the same reason . If then WHY? What about There is a start.
Here is a plot (starting from 100,000 random points), both axes are [-5,5].
Last edited by ZeroDivisor; October 8th 2011 at 09:45 AM.
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