Find the following inequality

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Find the following inequality.
15(x^2-1)>16x

  • Find the following inequality -

    is it lost? You must mean "solve" the inequality

    15(x^2-1)>16x
    15x^2 - 16x - 15 > 0
    (5x+3)(3x-5) > 0

    If the product is positive, either both are positive, or both are negative. So,

    x < -3/5 or x > 5/3

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