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Topic: Solving Inequalities
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Matthew Rothman

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Solving Inequalities
Posted: Jul 9, 1996 12:52 AM
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Basic question:

I have a series of awful (i.e complex) inequalities that I would like to
"solve" or really simplify down.

What is the correct command or expression to do this in Mathematica?

Solve does not let you use inequalities. Is it "ISolve"? The
version of Mathematica on my UNIX machine is not letting me use this
command....

Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Matthew Rothman

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