Quadratic inequalities are tackled in a different way to solving a quadratic equation. Two examples are shown in the video which will hopefully show you how to handle these types.

Quadratic inequalities are tackled in a different way to solving a quadratic equation. Two examples are shown in the video which will hopefully show you how to handle these types.

Peter HallidaySeptember 20, 2016 at 12:29 pmHi

The new syllabus asks for the answers to be in ‘set notation’ Could this be added please

EobardNovember 30, 2016 at 3:37 pmHi, for the third example, wouldn’t it be possible if you write x^2+3x-10 greater or equal to 0

instead of lesser or equal to? Since I took the equation to the other side of inequality ( changed the signs)

?

Stuart the ExamSolutions GuyNovember 30, 2016 at 11:40 pmYes, but make sure you end up with the same answer though.