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#### 2x ≤ 5

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x ≤ 2

2(2) ≤ 5

4 ≤ 5

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How can one solve the following by using the method of factorization ...

(4/x) – 3 = 5/(2x + 3), where x does not equal 0 and -3/2. (x)(2x + 3)[(4/x) – 3] = [5/( 2x + 3)](x)(2x + 3) (x)(2x + 3)(4/x) – [(x)(2x + 3)(3)] = [5/(2x + 3)](x)(2x + 3) (2x + ...

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Given: 2x  ≤ 5

Send 2 to R.H.S side

x ≤  \frac{5}{2}

x ≤ 2.5

Now represent this values on the number line

x = 2.5, 2.4, 2, 1, 0,..........