(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. I need to find the solution set for |(3x+2)/(x+3)|>3.

3. When I solve the inequality (3x+2)/(x+3)>3, I get 2>9 which is clearly false. When I solve the inequality (3x+2)/(x+3)> -3, I come with the solution set (-inf. -11/6). My teacher is saying that there the solutotion set is (-inf. -3)U(-3, -11/6).

I just can't figure out how to get to that solution. I can't figure out where that -3 is coming from. In his sparse notes on my assignment, he says there are two subcases for each of the two cases in number 1. Those are when x < -3 and when x > -3. I just cant' figure out how to use these cases.

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# Homework Help: Finding the Solution Set for an Inequality

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