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Conjecture Plz help! (attachements)

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  1. LilVeroDez13
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  3. myko
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    did you try it yourself...?

  4. LilVeroDez13
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    Dont know how

  5. helder_edwin
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    u have four choices. plug-in each into the inequality and see which makes it true.

  6. LilVeroDez13
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    can u guess plz help?! i dont get it

  7. jasonxx
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    C for the first one

  8. LilVeroDez13
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    thanks @jasonxx !! :D

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    @LilVeroDez13 yor welcome

  10. helder_edwin
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    anyway. if x=-2 (for example) then \(x^2\geq x\) becomes \[ \large (-2)^2\geq -2 \] is this true?

  11. jasonxx
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    of course 4 is greater than - 2

  12. helder_edwin
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    the question was for @LilVeroDez13 . she's the one learning this!!

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