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1. In the last line, why does the sign change from n<= to n>= ?
2. (Original post by zomgleh)

In the last line, why does the sign change from n<= to n>= ?
Because log(0.972) is negative, and they've thus divided by a negative number.
3. (Original post by zomgleh)

In the last line, why does the sign change from n<= to n>= ?
Because you have divided by a negative number.
4. Because log(x)<0
When 0<=x<=1

And when you divide an inequality by a negative number you flip the sign.
5. ah, silly me, thanks everyone.

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