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How do I solve this quadratic inequality? X2- 7x+10>0
the problem is actually written x to the 2 power -7x+10>0.

  • Pre calculus -

    You factorize the quadratic funtion on the left.

    x²-7x+10>0
    (x-2)(x-5)>0

    So the answer should be:

    x<2 OR x>5

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