Solving Radical Inequalities Part 1

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In this lesson, we review how to solve radical inequalities. In order to solve a radical inequality, we will first consider any domain restrictions. Then we will convert our inequality into an equality and solve the resulting equation. The solution for the related equation will give us a boundary or critical value. From there, we will test values on each side of the boundary. We must restrict any value from our solution that violates the domain. Lastly, we will test the critical values separately and determine if they should be included in our solution set.
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