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x/x+3 > or equal 2

(-3,6]

or

[-6,-3)

or does it have an infinity in the answer

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asked by lt
  1. your answer makes no sense. Multipy both sides by (x+3)
    x>2x+6
    or
    x<= -6

    I have no idea what you did

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