# Math problem help? rational abs. value inequality?

|x+7/x-3| > or equal to 2

so that's the absolute value of (x+7 divided by x-3) is greater than or equal to 2

so that's the absolute value of (x+7 divided by x-3) is greater than or equal to 2

Update:
just like to announce the first answerer is wrong, nice try though. i know you cant multiply by denom because you dont know if x is pos or neg so you dont know if the > would become a < or not.

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