THE BEHAVIOUR OF LINEAR FACTORS IN SOLUTION OF QUADRATIC INEQUALITIES: DEVELOPING A PATTERN FOR GENERALIZATIONS

By | August 13, 2015
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 James Agura Mtagher

Department of Mathematics

College of Education, Katsina-Ala.

 

 

 

Abstract

Quadratic inequalities are a special class of inequalities. Being readily found in real life applications, they exhibit behaviour that has astounding peculiarities. There seem not to have been a direct method of attacking problems here that is devoid of disadvantages. Little have people found the treasure of linear factors in solution pattern. Many authors have placed the weight on the knees and the load lies in disequilibrium. This research has placed it on the scalp. The solution pattern discovered has placed the techniques used in advantage over all the other existing ones. With this discovery, one doesn’t have to move two steps (before getting) to the answer. A comparison in cases treated by other techniques underlies the simplicity and power of the method of appropriation of linear factors of a quadratic inequality. The age-long analytic solutions principle held by many has been modified as tested and proved sufficient.

 

 

Introduction

This topic could well have been framed as “solution properties of quadratic inequalities” as all that is done here is simply a revelation of the inherent properties of quadratic inequalities relevant for charting down a pattern for generalizations. I have decided to arrange the above wordings for emphasis. Click here to read full article in PDF

 

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