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Example: Solve . Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically . Find the boundary points. a) Change the inequality to an equation, and solve …. Example: Solve . Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically .

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**Example: Solve**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically • Find the boundary points. • a) Change the inequality to an equation, and solve …**Example: Solve**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically b) Find the restricted values. These are the values that will make the denominator zero … Here the boundary points are - 2 and 5.**- 2 5**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically 2) Put the boundary points on a number line. The two boundary points divide the line up into three sections, called intervals. Slide 2**- 2 5**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically • Try a test number from each interval in the original inequality to determine if it satisfies the inequality. • If it does satisfy the inequality, then all values in the interval will satisfy the inequality. • If the test number does not satisfy the inequality, then no value in the interval will satisfy the inequality. Slide 2**- 2 5**For example, for the right interval choose x = 10 and the inequality becomes a false statement. Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically no Write no on the interval … Slide 2**x = - 10 x = 0 x = 10**ineq. is false ineq. is true ineq. is false no no yes - 2 5 Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically Testing the other intervals leads to … 4) The solution set is therefore the interval (- 2, 5). Slide 3**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically**Note: had the original inequality included the equals sign … all other work would have been the same, except how we write the answer. With the inclusion of the equals, the boundary points are included, and thus we use brackets in the interval notation. Slide 3**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically**Written with the brackets, the solution would look like But be careful here. Since – 2 would lead to a zero in the denominator of the original expression, we must exclude it. The final correct result would be… Slide 3**Try to solve**Note: If the above inequality were instead of the solution set would be (- , 0) [3, ). Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically The solution set is (- , 0) (3, ). Note, 0 would not be included in the solution set because it makes the inequality undefined (zero in the denominator). Slide 4**Rational Inequality: Solving Algebraically**END OF PRESENTATION Click to rerun the slideshow.

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