Inequalities, like equations, come in a variety of shapes and sizes; square inequality is one of them. The second level formula, quadratic inequalities, uses an inequality sign rather than an equal sign.

Both roots are always given as solutions to quadratic inequality. The nature of the roots may differ, which can be determined using discriminant (b2– 4ac).

Inequalities in Quadratic Form

 

The following are the general forms of quadratic inequalities:

 

ax2 + bx + c ==========================

 

Likewise, ax2 + bx + c = 0

 

> 0 ax2 + bx + c

 

As a result, ax2 + bx + c = 0

 

The following are some examples of quadratic inequalities:

 

22– 11x + 12 > 0, x2 + 4 > 0, x2– 3x + 2 0 and so on.

 

Quadratic Inequalities: How to Solve Them

 

An inequality indicator is used instead of an equal sign in a second-degree quadratic inequality equation.

 

x2– 6x– 16 0, 22– 11x + 12 > 0, x2 + 4 > 0, x2– 3x + 2 0 are examples of quadratic inequalities.

 

In Algebra, solving a quadratic inequality is similar to solving a quadratic equation. The single exception is that in quadratic equations, the expressions are matched to no. Inequalities, on the other hand, necessitate knowing both sides of the no, i.e. negatives and positives.

 

Quadratic equations can be solved using either the factorization method or the square formula. Before learning how to solve quadratic inequalities, it’s important to recall how to solve square equations by managing a few instances.

 

Factorization Technique is Used to Solve Quadratic Formulas

 

Given that we understand quadratic inequalities, we can solve them using square formulas. As a result, knowing how to factorize a particular formula or inequality is beneficial.

 

Let’s look at a handful of examples.

 

62–7x + 2 =

 

Solution

 

612– 4x– 3x + 2 =

 

To factorize an expression, first divide it into two parts.

 

0 = 2x (3x– 2)– 1(3x– 2) = 2x (3x– 2)– 1(3x– 2) = 2x (3x– 2)– 1(3x–

 

likewise, (3x– 2) (2x– 1) = 0

 

2x– 1 = 0 (or 3x– 2 = 0)

 

and 2x = 1 or 3x = 2

 

x = 2/3 or x = 1/2 x = 2/3 x = 1/2 x = 2/3 x = 2/3 x

 

As a result, x = 2/3, 1/2.

 

312– 6x + 4x– 8 = 0 is the solution.

 

Solution

 

Factorize the left-hand side expression.

 

0 = 32– 6x + 4x– 8.

 

3x (x– 2) + 4(x– 2) = 0, and

 

(3x + 4) = (x– 2) = 0.

 

and 3x + 4 = 0 or x– 2 = 0.

 

x = -2/3 or x = -4/3

 

As a result, the square formula’s roots are x = 2, -4/ 3.