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bobbym
2012-11-12 04:39:48

I would think it is a typo.

BarandaMan
2012-11-12 04:20:14

I did the question from a book, and in the back ith as the answers. The first line of my original post shows what the answer is in the textbook. It must be wrong, I will write a letter. It is simple inequality I thought... must be printing error.

bobbym
2012-11-12 04:14:04

Hi;

The answer book? What is that?

BarandaMan
2012-11-12 04:09:09

Hey!

That is exactly what I got! Thank you. That is why I am confused, because the 3pq I posted it in the ANSWER BOOK. Which is why I am confused by this!

It cannot be the answer from the inequality!

bobbym
2012-11-12 03:36:11

Hi;



Subtract 6pq from both sides.



Divide both sides by 3.



Divide both sides by (1-p)(1-q) provided that p,q are both less than 1.



I do not know where the 3 comes from in your question.

BarandaMan
2012-11-12 03:21:40

Yes I do! That is what the answer says but i do not understand how it gets past the 'implies' after rearranging

bobbym
2012-11-12 03:17:08

Hi BarandaMan;

Do you mean

BarandaMan
2012-11-12 03:00:47

9pq < 6pq +6(1-p)(1-q). Implying that 3pq/(1-p)(1-q)  < (less than or equal to) 2


PLEASE explain this somebody! I don't understand how this works? Does it not equal 3<6(1-p)(1-q)?

Please walk me through this. Thanks.

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