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# Ways to approach inequalities

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16 Dec 2014, 06:17
I have a problem approaching difficult inequalities. Can anyone help me out with them??? Does anyone have a systematic approach to deal with them??
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16 Dec 2014, 08:05
Hi,

I have written a post for this!
how-to-solve-inequalities-189669.html

Hope it helps!
MoRafik wrote:
I have a problem approaching difficult inequalities. Can anyone help me out with them??? Does anyone have a systematic approach to deal with them??

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16 Dec 2014, 08:05
MoRafik wrote:
I have a problem approaching difficult inequalities. Can anyone help me out with them??? Does anyone have a systematic approach to deal with them??

First of all check this: ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT.

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25 Dec 2014, 21:57
HI MoRafik,

Can you provide any specific examples (perhaps from the OG or another source) for what you mean when you say "difficult inequalities?" It tends to be easier to learn the necessary Number Properties, arithmetic and concepts when you have specific examples to work with (as opposed to trying to memorize math "theory"). When you run into a difficult problem, you should absolute post it in the Quant Forums - you'll likely learn the necessary rules and a variety of tactics from the community here.

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