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Can i please get some help? Solve the following inequation 4x^2 - 12x + 10>0

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    i dont think it crosses the X axis

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  2. AonZ Group Title
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    @sirm3d @.Sam. can i please get some help

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  3. chihiroasleaf Group Title
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    are you sure that it's all your question..? there is no inequality sign in it...

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    my bad

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    Yes it doesn't intersect the x-axis

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  6. AonZ Group Title
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    |dw:1361537183250:dw|

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  7. AonZ Group Title
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    now what should i write as answer?

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    it says the graph is above 0 so... idk :P

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    haha well im not sure what i write as my answer

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    Uhh

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  12. .Sam. Group Title
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    Did you learn complex number?

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  13. AonZ Group Title
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    think so

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    actually no

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    i just started year 11 so think that lol

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    the answers normally look like 3>x>2 But this one doesnt cross x axis so idk what to write!!!

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  17. AonZ Group Title
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    actually i mean 2>x>3 :P

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  18. .Sam. Group Title
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    Then can you write "no solution"?

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    ahh good one :)

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    lol thank you

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    wait...the question is 4x^2 - 12x + 10>0 now if we consider the graph.., isn't any value of x will make the function (4x^2 - 12x + 10) greater than zero? which mean that it's not 'no solution' but the solution is all x in Real Number..

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    OH thank you!!!

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