How do I solve this inequality: x^2>2x ?

Solve the equation x2=2x (solve x2-2x=0 by factorisation). Sketch the graphs y=x2 and y=2x, using standard graph shapes. Look at the sketch to see for which values of x the graph y=x2 lies above y=2x; this is your solution.

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