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# Maths AS

1. Anyone know how you find the range of values of x which satisfy both inequalities simultaneously?*

x^2 - 3x - 4 is greater or equal to 0
and 3x + 1 is greater than 2x + 6*

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2. (Original post by Elliwhi)
Anyone know how you find the range of values of x which satisfy both inequalities simultaneously?*

x^2 - 3x - 4 is greater or equal to 0
and 3x + 1 is greater than 2x + 6*

*
Find the range of values individually for each inequality.. and then look for their overlap
3. factorise the top one and then get your values of x.Then rearrange and factorise the bottom one to get your values of x.Then combine values of x that satisfy both ranges.
4. (Original post by SeanFM)
Find the range of values individually for each inequality.. and then look for their overlap
(Original post by TSRPAV)
factorise the top one and then get your values of x.Then rearrange and factorise the bottom one to get your values of x.Then combine values of x that satisfy both ranges.
5. Its ok

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