Posted by **Dalia** on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 10:59pm.

You are given that a function f is defined and continuous at every real number x except x=2. Also, f(x)=0 precisely for x=1 and 7. Finally, you know that f(-3)=4, f(1.5)=2, f(4)= -3, and f(10)=6. Solve the inequality f(x) > 0.

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