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    sovle inequality

    sry, guys i know this is a hustle but i really need help. So i have a question like this : x^2 -12x +26 > -5x^2+34x+88/ X^2-6x-16. So as we know, this is a inequality, and given this, i am suppose to draw a number line graph. or to solve it algerbrically. i know to solve algrebically, u needa solve for x-int, and vertical asymtopes. can someone show me the answer, or the proedure. I know for a question like, i've been taught to cross multiply but i'm not sure is that the right way.

    Thanks alot!!! in advance!
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    is this your inequality?

    x^2-12x+26>-5x^2+34x+\frac{88}{x^2-6x-16}
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    hmm, u got the qudratic right but , its

    -5x^2 + 34x + 88
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    x^2 - 6x - 16
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