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# What is the domain for this and how do I get it?

Topic: How to write an inequality equation
July 16, 2019 / By Delma
Question: This math problem is giving me trouble: 2x-3 (less than or equal to (> =)) 0 I need the domain and how to get. Thanks! SORRY! I wrote the math problem wrong! It is: 2x - 3 ≥ 0 I also need to know how to put it in interval notation. would it be [3/2,∞)

## Best Answers: What is the domain for this and how do I get it?

Cacia | 1 day ago
The "domain" is the set of all x values that will make this "work" (actually it's called a *solution* to the inequality, the term domain is usually used for functions). You solve it the same way you sole an equation, by doing the same thing to both sides until you get the x by itself. 2x - 3 < or = 0 add 3 to each side, 2x < or = 3 divide by 2, x < or = 3/2
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Ally
2x - 3 >= 0 add 3 to both sides 2x >= 3 divide both sides by 2 x >= 1.5 domain = all reals greater than or equal to 1.5 in words you said less, in symbols greater. if you meant <=, just change greater to less
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