algebra 2 quadratic inequalities
posted by raven .
how would I find the solution to x/x+2 + 1/x1 < 3/2

First work with equality:
Solve
x/x+2 + 1/x1 = 3/2
The roots are 5 and 2.
Draw a sketch and determine the limits of the inequality. See for example:
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