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I have trouble solving quadratic inequalities. I don't understand when you use (or) and when you just put it all together.
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-2x^2+3x+6 greater than or equal to 2. How do I know which it is?

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    sorry, greater than or equal to 0

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    I NEED HELP ON FINALS FOR GRAPHING

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