x-3/x-5>0..... how is this inequality solved?
Solve `(x-3)/(x-5)>0` :
A rational expression is positive if the signs of the numerator and denominator are the same; i.e. both positive or both negative.
x-3 is positive for x>3, and negative for x<3
x-5 is positive for x>5 and negative for x<5
x-3 and x-5 are both positive for x>5
x-3 and x-5 are both negative for x<3
Thus the solution is x<3 or x>5
if inequality is: `(x-3)/(x-5)>0` we have to found points where ratio is positive, that is point where numerator and denominator have same sign (or both positive , or both negative)
Studing sign for `x-3 >0` that is `x>3`
and `x-5>0` means `x>5`
Let's draw graph about:
First line above is sign of ineqaulity: `x-3>0`
Second line( in the middle) si about ineqaulity `x-5>0`
(Red for positive values, black for negative ones)
Third (last below) is the sign results for ratio `(+):(+)= (-) :(-) = +` and `(+ ): (- )= (-) :(+)= -`
Now , let you see, in the intervall `(-oo; 3]` ratio is between two negative value, so positive, instead in the intervall `(3;5]` is a ratio between a positive value ( ineqaulity `x-3>0)` and a negative one ( `x-5>0)`
Instead in the intervall `(5; +oo)` are both positive, then ratio is positive too.
Then the third line below( ratio line) is to be drawn, as red until `(-oo; 3)` ,black in `[3;5)` and again red in `[5;+oo)`
So soltuions held: `-oo < x <3` ; `5< x<+oo` ` `