Please tell me how this question will be solved 1/(x+2) > 3/(x-3) answer: (-9/2, -2) U (3,+infinity) Though i know the answer but i dont how how will get it Thanx
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Originally Posted by bajpaiapurva Please tell me how this question will be solved 1/(x+2) > 3/(x-3) answer: (-9/2, -2) U (3,+infinity) Though i know the answer but i dont how how will get it Thanx Examine when a fraction is greater than zero. If + means positive (> 0) and - means negative (<0) you'll get the following cases: Each fraction describes 3 inequalities.
Originally Posted by bajpaiapurva Please tell me how this question will be solved answer: Though i know the answer but i dont how how will get it Thanx That answer is incorrect. It includes which does not work. The given answer works for . Please check the post.
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