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Hello,

\frac{X}{|X|} < X. Which of the following must be true for all X?

Solution:
[Reveal] Spoiler:
X in (-1,0)U(1, inf)

Could someone kindly explain this question? Part of the solution is that X can be an element of {-1,0}? Won't this result in division by 0 and is therefore illegal?

Thanks.
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martie11 wrote:
Hello,

\frac{X}{|X|} < X. Which of the following must be true for all X?

Solution:
[Reveal] Spoiler:
X in (-1,0)U(1, inf)

Could someone kindly explain this question? Part of the solution is that X can be an element of {-1,0}? Won't this result in division by 0 and is therefore illegal?

Thanks.

The range is non-inclusive. X must be between -1 and 0 and does not include -1 and 0.
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Re: m24Q30 [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2011, 18:25
shanghaizzle wrote:
martie11 wrote:
Hello,

\frac{X}{|X|} < X. Which of the following must be true for all X?

Solution:
[Reveal] Spoiler:
X in (-1,0)U(1, inf)

Could someone kindly explain this question? Part of the solution is that X can be an element of {-1,0}? Won't this result in division by 0 and is therefore illegal?

Thanks.

The range is non-inclusive. X must be between -1 and 0 and does not include -1 and 0.

I see thanks...that wasn't clear in the solution provide.

Cheers +1.
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