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how many integral value of x do not satisfy the equation [(x-7)/(x-9)] > 0

Asked by tanishq gupta 3rd August 2012, 7:12 PM
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Answer:
For  [(x-7)/(x-9)] to be defined, x should not be equal to 9.
 
Now, [(x-7)/(x-9)] > 0
x - 7 > 0
x > 7
 
Thus, the integral values which do not satisfy the given inequation are
x = 9 and all the integers which are less than or equal to 7.
Answered by Expert 5th August 2012, 10:42 PM
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