EgmatQuantExpert wrote:

Solution:

Hey Everyone,

Please find below, the solution of the given problem.

Rewriting the inequality to easily identify the zero points\((x-3)^2 (x+1)^5 (x^2-9)<0\)

Since

\((x^2-9)=(x+3)*(x-3)\)

The given inequality can be written as

\((x-3)^3 (x+1)^5 (x+3)<0\)

Plotting the zero points and drawing the wavy line:

Required Range: x < -3 or -1 < x < 3

Correct Answer: Option D

EgmatQuantExpert you say option D, where are answer choices ?

btw based on my gmat prep I noticed most correct answer choices are DDDDDD s

pls share your experience with us

one sec approach if you dont see answer choices click D and move on

_________________

In English I speak with a dictionary, and with people I am shy.