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  • Inequalities (Algebra)
    A system of linear inequalities can have none, one, or an infinite number of solutions; therefore, there are three. In order for a number to be a solution to a linear inequality it must satisfy all...

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  • Inequalities (Algebra)
    Let us equate the f(x) equal to zero,to find all the zeros of the given polynomial, hence, f(x) = 0: x^3-27 = 0 We can use the formula below to factor the left-hand side. a^3 - b^3 = (a - b)(a^2 +...

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  • Inequalities (Algebra)
    The inequality x*(3x-1)<4 has to be solved. x*(3x-1)<4 => 3x^2 - x < 4 => 3x^2 - x - 4 < 0 => 3x^2 - 4x + 3x - 4 < 0 => 3x(x + 1) - 4(x + 1) < 0 => (3x - 4)(x + 1)...

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  • Inequalities (Algebra)
    First find the critical values of x which means use each of the factors (the brackets) and make each one = 0 because the equation has 0 on the one side. Get values for x as follows: (5 - x)^3 = 0...

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