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Posted on Sep 18, 2016
You need to input the equation, (3x+1)/x<0, then you need to indicate that you are solving for x by putting comma then x. The equation you are inputting should look like this: solve((3x+1)/x<0,x) and the answer will be -1/3<x<0. That ",x" is telling the calculator to solve for x.
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