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So, if you trust your factoring capabilities that’s the one to use. However, if you HAVE made a mistake in factoring, then you may end up with the incorrect solution if you use the factored form for testing. It’s a trade-off. The factored form is, in many cases, easier to work with, but if you’ve made a mistake in factoring you may get the incorrect solution. So, here’s the number line and tests that I used for this problem. aspx Algebra/Trig Review From this we see that the solution to this inequality is −∞ < x < −2 and 5 < x < ∞ .

So, we can plug any x we would like into this absolute value and get a number greater than -4. So, the solution to this inequality is all real numbers. aspx Algebra/Trig Review Trig Function Evaluation One of the problems with most trig classes is that they tend to concentrate on right triangle trig and do everything in terms of degrees. Then you get to a calculus course where almost everything is done in radians and the unit circle is a very useful tool. So first off let’s look at the following table to relate degrees and radians.

Method 1 The first solution method involves solving one of the three original equations for one of the variables. Substitute this into the other two equations. This will yield two equations in two unknowns that can be solve fairly quickly. For this problem we’ll solve the second equation for x to get. x =− z − 3 y − 1 Plugging this into the first and third equation gives the following system of two equations. 2 ( − z − 3 y − 1) − y − 2 z =−3 5 ( − z − 3 y − 1) − 4 y + 3 z = 10 Or, upon simplification −7 y − 4 z = −1 −19 y − 2 z = 15 Multiply the second equation by -2 and add.

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