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Use the graph of the curve y = f(x)to solve the inequality f(x) \(\leq\) 0


Question

Use the graph of the curve y = f(x)to solve the inequality f(x) \(\leq\) 0

Options

A) -1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 1, x \(\geq\) 2

B) x \(\leq\) -1, 1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 2

C) x \(\geq\) -1, 1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 2

D) x \(\geq\) 2, -1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 1

The correct answer is B.

Explanation:

-1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 1, 1 < x \(\geq\) 2

Combining solutions

= x \(\leq\) 1; 1 \(\geq\) x \(\geq\) 2


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