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|dw:1441677151594:dw|This is how we define absolute value.

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Hmmm thinking :d

Thanks, let me know what you think!

Were you able to get the factors from the polynomial? :)

A sign line... hmm

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I hope the way I wrote those factors wasn't too confusing :o
It might help us a lil bit here.

But isn't 2 the first factor? Not sure what you mean?

Or do you mean the x-2?

Yes, x-2 is the first factor of the polynomial.

Ah so X has to be greater than or equal to 2

Ok that makes sense now

So we have to see where all these + and - align?

|dw:1441678807351:dw|Something like this, ya? :o

when \(\large\rm 2\le x\le 2+\sqrt7\)

thank you!

np! :)
inequalities can be really tricky! :O

They suck!