I mean it's okay to take 2x-3≠0 as a necessary condition, but I can't actually grasp the fact that we have to take the denominator to be '>0' and not merely '≠0'.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A little guidance will be very much appreciated :)

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# Solving (x+1)/(2x-3) > 2; why do we take 2x-3>0 while obtaining the solution?

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