Solve this inequality: (t-2)(t+3)/(t-4)>=0.

I did it using a factor table, and I got the results -3<=x<=2 and x>=4, but the answer says it should be x>4 instead, and I am not sure how they go that. Thanks in advance!

Solve this inequality: (t-2)(t+3)/(t-4)>=0.

I did it using a factor table, and I got the results -3<=x<=2 and x>=4, but the answer says it should be x>4 instead, and I am not sure how they go that. Thanks in advance!

I did it using a factor table, and I got the results -3<=x<=2 and x>=4, but the answer says it should be x>4 instead, and I am not sure how they go that. Thanks in advance!

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Seaweed09 wrote:Solve this inequality: (t-2)(t+3)/(t-4)>=0.

I did it using a factor table, and I got the results -3<=x<=2 and x>=4, but the answer says it should be x>4 instead, and I am not sure how they go that. Thanks in advance!

U cant divide by 0!

if t=4 then t-4=0