how to graph this in the number line?
(x^2 + 2)/(x^2+16)>0
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this is a polynomial it will be on a coordinate plane
but this is inequality ? so how?
sorry forgot how , and i dont want to give wrong answer
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do you know how to factor
just factor the top polynomial and then the bottom
see if you can cancel any thing out
what i did was to factor both the numerator and the denominator
i got an imaginary root/solution
so how can i plot it in the number line..??
and 1 more thing, the denominator should not be equal to zero so that the inequality won't be undefined.. so x should not be equal to -4 and 4 , right?
if thats not good maybe im doing it the wrong way D:
i can not help you there i really can not deal with immaginary numbers