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ln x < 0

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  1. across
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    The sky is blue. That's basicall what you're telling us. :P

  2. manhtruongz
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    maybe

  3. funinabox
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    if this is supposed to be true/false, it would be false, as logarithms can only be positive > 0

  4. across
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    Are you looking for the domain of that expression?

  5. 4086665195
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    Solve each inequality for x. (Enter your answers using interval notation.)

  6. across
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    I think everyone in OS is trained to think in \(\mathbb{R}\). :P

  7. funinabox
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    well i'm just retriceumminngg that this would be in real numbers lol

  8. manhtruongz
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    I really want to help you, but my English is very bad :D

  9. funinabox
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    i typed "assuming" and it came out retriceumminngg lol what the..

  10. across
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    But anyway, Notice that\[\ln x<0\text{ for all }x\in(0,1).\]

  11. 4086665195
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    (0,1)is for answer Solve each inequality for x. (Enter your answers using interval notation.)?

  12. asnaseer
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    does the "In" in your question represent log or is your question more like: In the expression x < 0, what is the solution in interval notation?

  13. 4086665195
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    yea

  14. across
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    @asnaseer, that's genius. lol!

  15. asnaseer
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    lol - which one?

  16. asnaseer
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    @across - just looking at it from a different point of view that's all - no geniuses were involved in the formulation of this thought. :)

  17. across
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    To me, shifting one's point of view is more genius than applying Schroedinger's equation to solve problems. :P

  18. asnaseer
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    hehe - I've missed you and your sense of humour! :D

  19. asnaseer
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    @4086665195 - so which one is it: a) "In" represents log, or, b) "In" represents the work "in"

  20. asnaseer
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    *word

  21. 4086665195
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    and e^x> 3,the answer is x>ln3,which means (ln3,+infinity)?

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