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Is &#9474;x&#9474;<1 ? 1) &#9474;x + 1&#9474;= 2&#9474;x

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Is │x│<1 ?

1) │x + 1│= 2│x - 1│
2) │x - 3│ <> 0
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17 Sep 2004, 11:24
From one we get x = 3 or 1/3
From two we get x <> 3

From one and two x = 1/3 then the answer to the question is yes.
17 Sep 2004, 11:24
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