# SOLUTION: What is the solution of (x+3)/(x-5)(x-2)>0?

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 Question 194294This question is from textbook saxon algebra 2 : What is the solution of (x+3)/(x-5)(x-2)>0?This question is from textbook saxon algebra 2 Answer by edjones(7569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!(x+3)/(x-5)(x-2)>0 x cannot be 5 or 2 because there would be division by zero. Therefore 2 and 5 are inflection points and we have to test whether the inequality is >0 on either side of them. Let x=1: (1+3)/(1-5)(1-2)=1 Let x=3: (3+3)/(3-5)(3-2)=-3 Let x=6: (6+3)/(6-3)(6-2)=3/4 So x(-infinity,2)U(5, infinity) Answer. . Ed