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ramuler Group Title

|(x-3)(x+2)|=6

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  1. Neo92 Group Title
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    |(x-3)(x+2)|=6 means when (x-3)(x+2)<0, -(x-3)(x+2)=6 and when (x-3)(x+2)>=0, (x-3)(x+2)=6

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    Its easy simply multiply both terms

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    The method @Neo92 suggested is correct. @ramuler go for it.

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    @ramuler Can u proceed?

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    answer is A 0, B 1, C 2, D 4

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    @ramuler it would be great if you try to do it first and if you already tried to solve it, then follow the method Neo suggested.

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    @ramuler thtz it bro.. as @mathslover said first try it by ur self.. if no luck tell us ur problem

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