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solve the following inequality
(x+2/x2)>0 ...........



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Is it this?
\[\frac{x+2}{x2}>0\]?

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yes.........

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Multiply by (x2) both sides and then subtract 2 from both sides.

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can you solve it for me.......

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Did u try? vat r u gettng?

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\[\frac{x+2}{x2}*(x2)>0*(x2)\]
\[x+2>0\]
plzz do the rest as I told.

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That looks correct to me.
If you multiply by (x  2), you can lose or gain excessive answers.

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Did i do right in the attachment @AccessDenied Plz tell:)

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Yeah, I do believe that's correct in the attachment.
I tested values for your shaded regions and those are correct.

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thanx a lot:)

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You're welcome. :)

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^_^