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How do you graph?? x^2- 3x + 2 <= 0

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    why did you subtract x on the second part

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    @aussy123 i have to divide -3 into two(which i get -2 and -1) so that their product is +2:)

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    okay thanks, Ill see if I can try this method on the next equation.

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    @aussy123 if u can't i m here:)

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    Okay!! Thanks, because this stuff is flustering.

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