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Consider the compound inequality $2x<-3\orword3x\ge4$2`x`<−3or3`x`≥4.

Choose the correct option below.

$x=2$`x`=2 is a solution, but $x=0$`x`=0 is not.

A

Neither $x=0$`x`=0 nor $x=2$`x`=2 are solutions.

B

Both $x=0$`x`=0 and $x=2$`x`=2 are solutions.

C

$x=0$`x`=0 is a solution, but $x=2$`x`=2 is not.

D

Easy

Approx a minute

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