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# Inequalities question watch

1. Find the set of values for which (2x+1)(x-2) > 2(x+5)
2. (Original post by lucyhemsley)
Find the set of values for which (2x+1)(x-2) > 2(x+5)
Remember that you can move stuff around in inequalities by adding or subtracting from both sides. So the strategy for this one is to (i) multiply the brackets out; (ii) simplify the inequality so that you get an expression like f(x) > 0; (iii) find out where f(x) is zero and then think!

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