Algebra
posted by Mike P .
My second question is in section 5.4, problem 39.
x+4/x2 < or = 1; Since the inequality in not , should the answer to this problem in the back of the book be: {xx< or = 2}, or in interval notation: (infinity, 2)? Please explain this problem. Thanks.
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