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Q13 How close to -3 do we have to take x so that
1
> 100000
(x+3)4
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Q13 How close to -3 do we have to take x so that 1 > 100000 (x+3)4

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Step 1

To determine the range about the point -3 such that the inequality.

Step 2

Given:

1
100000
(x+3)
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1 100000 (x+3)

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Step 3

Let h be the range about the point -3 for which the inequality holds.

Substitute ...

1
100000
((-3+h)+3)
1
100000
1
100000
h10-
-10 4 h<10
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1 100000 ((-3+h)+3) 1 100000 1 100000 h10- -10 4 h<10

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