Solve the nonlinear inequality: (x − 1)(x+3)(x − 7)2 ≥ 0 Solve by marking zeros and undefined points on a number line and checking signs in the intervals created as in the examples in the narrative. Express your answer in interval notation.
Solve the inequality:x(x + 2)(x − 5)(x + 7) ≤ 0 Solve by marking zeros and undefined points
on a number line and checking signs in the intervals created as in the examples in the narrative. Express your answer in interval notation.
Hello, cwaddy!
The zeros of the inequality are: .Solve the inequality: .
Solve by marking zeros and undened points on a number line
and checking signs in the intervals created.
Express your answer in interval notation.
These four values divide the number line into five intervals.
. .
Now test a value from each interval:
On , try . . . no
On , try . . . yes
On , try . . . no
On , try . . . yes
On , try . . . no
The inequality is satisfied on: .