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1. The question is 2(13+2x)<(6+x)(1-x) and I already got the solutions which are x>-5 and x<-4
But using the graph I'm not sure if it would be -5<X<-4 or if it would be X>-5 or x<-4. Thank you
2. (Original post by SalvatoreLucana)
The question is 2(13+2x)<(6+x)(1-x) and I already got the solutions which are x>-5 and x<-4
But using the graph I'm not sure if it would be -5<X<-4 or if it would be X>-5 or x<-4. Thank you
Just get everything on one side, factorise fully, sketch the parabola and see which part of it satisfies the inequality. Show your graph if you're unsure.
3. (Original post by SalvatoreLucana)
The question is 2(13+2x)<(6+x)(1-x) and I already got the solutions which are x>-5 and x<-4
But using the graph I'm not sure if it would be -5<X<-4 or if it would be X>-5 or x<-4. Thank you
Look at a video at exam solutions

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