Q. 115.0( 2 Votes )

Mark the Correct A. x [2, ∞)

B. x (2, ∞)

C. x (8, 2)

D. x (∞, 2]

Answer :


Case I : x > 2



1 ≥ 0


It is true that 1 is always greater than 0 so case I is also true x > 2


Case II : x < 2



-1 ≥ 0


It is false that -1 is not greater than 0 so case II is also false.


So, the final solution is x > 2 i.e., x (2, ∞)

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