I have a few problems i dont understand Please help they are the following,
x+6/-4x <= x-3/-4x-2
x+1/-3x => x-5/-3x+3
x-3/-x => x+4 / -x-1
=> means greater than or equal too
<= means less than or equal too
im decently good at math just need to refresh my memory please help with work so that i can understand and private message me when i get a response so i can check it more quickly thanks!
just to make it more visually appealing let's factor out a -1 from the right hand term
finding a common denominator we have
now you can see that the numerator must be equal to or less than 0 for the thing to be valid. So we can just multiply bot sides of the inequality by . but we have to be care ful here because we know that if we multiply both sides by a negative number we must reverse the sign of the inequality. So, we must find the values of x that would make the denominator < 0. Is that a good head start for you?
Here's a place where you can refresh:
Algebra Help - Polynomial and Rational Inequalities