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Degree: Computer Science (Masters) - Manchester University
My name is Dario, I am a postgraduate student in Computer Science at The University of Manchester. Previously, I have attained a First Class BSc in Computer Science at Sheffield University.Â I offer tutoring inÂ Computing/Computer Science (and any related programming discipline) andÂ MathsÂ at GCSE, A-Levels and IB.
I am also bilingual inÂ Italian andÂ EnglishÂ and can therefore offer language tutoring and help develop linguistic skills.
I have previous experience teaching in Sixth-Form colleges and primary schools and have previously tutored students at different levels.
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For which values of x does the following inequality hold true:
(|x|+2)/(|x|-3) < 4
The first thing we want to do is eliminate the fraction on the left-hand side (LHS) of the equation. We do so by multiplying both side by |x|-3, leading to:
|x|+2 < 4(|x|-3)
We can simplify the right-hand side (RHS):
|x| + 2 < 4|x| - 12
We now want to group like terms together. As such, we will move all |x| terms to the RHS, and all integer terms to the LHS.
2 + 12 < 4|x| - |x|
14 < 3|x|
We now divide both sides by 3 to eliminate the coefficient of |x|
14/3 < |x|
|x| > 14/3
Now, imagine a number line...
<---- -x ------- 0 ----- x --------->
I would like you to remember the definition of |x| (absolute value) which indicates the distance of a value x from 0. (In other words, it makes any negative number positive and leaves any positive number positive)
This suggests that any x > 14/3 will satisfy |x| > 14/3.
However, we also have to remember that any value inferior to -14/3 will also satisfy the inequality.
As such, we solve the solution as
x > 14/3 OR x < -14/3