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is \(1/p > r/r^2+2\) ?

1)p=r
2)r>0

I have a doubt on 2nd condition !! i could find out the answer using just first condition ,can siome one help in solving this !!Is second condition necessary !!!if yes how?

This is a OG quetsion
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spriya wrote:
is \(1/p > r/r^2+2\) ?

1)p=r
2)r>0

I have a doubt on 2nd condition !! i could find out the answer using just first condition ,can siome one help in solving this !!Is second condition necessary !!!if yes how?

This is a OG quetsion


How did you solve the first equation without knowing if r is +ve or -ve ??
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spriya wrote:
is \(1/p > r/r^2+2\) ?

1)p=r
2)r>0

I have a doubt on 2nd condition !! i could find out the answer using just first condition ,can siome one help in solving this !!Is second condition necessary !!!if yes how?

This is a OG quetsion


How did you solve the first equation without knowing if r is +ve or -ve ??


From the first equation :
\(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1> p*r/r^2+2\)

since from 1 ,we know p=r p*r will be positive r^2 irrespective of sign of r and hence in the above equation LHS <1

Correct me if im wrong !!Am i missing somethin
whats ur opion on this !!!kindly share the approach !!
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amitdgr wrote:
spriya wrote:
is \(1/p > r/r^2+2\) ?

1)p=r
2)r>0

I have a doubt on 2nd condition !! i could find out the answer using just first condition ,can siome one help in solving this !!Is second condition necessary !!!if yes how?

This is a OG quetsion


How did you solve the first equation without knowing if r is +ve or -ve ??


From the first equation :
\(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1> p*r/r^2+2\)

since from 1 ,we know p=r p*r will be positive r^2 irrespective of sign of r and hence in the above equation LHS <1

Correct me if im wrong !!Am i missing somethin
whats ur opion on this !!!kindly share the approach !!


You are not supposed to cross-multiply variables in inequalities unless you know the sign of the variable.

if p>0 then \(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1> p*r/r^2+2\)
if p<0 then \(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1< p*r/r^2+2\)
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spriya wrote:
amitdgr wrote:
spriya wrote:
is \(1/p > r/r^2+2\) ?

1)p=r
2)r>0

I have a doubt on 2nd condition !! i could find out the answer using just first condition ,can siome one help in solving this !!Is second condition necessary !!!if yes how?

This is a OG quetsion


How did you solve the first equation without knowing if r is +ve or -ve ??

From the first equation :
\(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1> p*r/r^2+2\)

since from 1 ,we know p=r p*r will be positive r^2 irrespective of sign of r and hence in the above equation LHS <1

Correct me if im wrong !!Am i missing somethin
whats ur opion on this !!!kindly share the approach !!


You are not supposed to cross-multiply variables in inequalities unless you know the sign of the variable.

if p>0 then \(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1> p*r/r^2+2\)
if p<0 then \(1/p > r/r^2+2 => 1< p*r/r^2+2\)

Oh yes thats y i was consistentlky doing mistakes !!!
this is one important concept !!
Thanks +1 for u
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