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Solving rational inequalities

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  1. askme12345
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    x+8/x-7>0

  2. askme12345
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    you have to find the solution and chart it on a number line|dw:1326065657628:dw|

  3. GT
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    For that ratio to be greater than zero, either x+8>0 AND x-7>0. OR x+8<0 AND x-7<0. So, find the ranges of numbers for which both those hold true.

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    i am supposed to solve using the number line, so i found the x intercept -8,0 then the vertical asymptote = 7 and i ploted a line there and i know i am supposed to find where it is + or - then do the equation

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    |dw:1326066087819:dw|

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