Solve the nonlinear inequality. Express the solution using interval notation and graph the solution set.
I am stuck on where the line should start, I know it is a positive infinity, it appears as if it starts at -1, but its not correct.
Solve the nonlinear inequality. Express the solution using interval notation and graph the solution set.
I am stuck on where the line should start, I know it is a positive infinity, it appears as if it starts at -1, but its not correct.
Start by reasoning on the Domain and Range.
Domain doesn't help much.
Range?
has the same sign as x.
This restricts your solutions to .
After that:
Only for . How about the other piece?
That big piece restricts nothing, being always greater than zero (0).
The only piece of any remaining significance is (x - 1).
This is a great problem to see if you were paying attention in class. Were you?