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Hey guys! :) I need help of writing the solution set of this inequality if x is an element of the set of integers. x^2+x<6
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Hey guys! :) I need help of writing the solution set of this inequality if x is an element of the set of integers. x^2+x<6

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 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0x^2+x<6 means x^2 +x 6 < 0 if we call this expression y, as in y= x^2 +x 6 and plotted this parabola, you would see some of it is less than 0 y will be negative (< 0) for all x's between the 2 roots of the quadratic you integer solutions will be the integers between the 2 roots
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