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Topic: easiest way to solve rational polynomial inequality p(x)/q(x) > 0 is
by solving p(x)q(x) > 0

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Re: easiest way to solve rational polynomial inequality p(x)/q(x) > 0
is by solving p(x)q(x) > 0

Posted: Aug 19, 2013 3:37 AM
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On Friday, August 16, 2013 5:49:39 PM UTC-7, Kobu wrote:
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> Since a > 0 iff 1/a > 0
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> q(x) > 0 iff 1/q(x) > 0
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> Thus:
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> p(x)/q(x) > 0 iff p(x)q(x) > 0


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