# For what x is 3/(x+3)>3/(x-2)?

##### 1 Answer

#### Explanation:

First divide both sides by

#1/(x+3) > 1/(x-2)#

We can ignore the values

It is probably easiest to split this into cases as follows:

**Case**

Multiply both sides of the inequality by

#x-2 > x+3#

Subtract

So there is no solution for

**Case**

Multiply both sides of the inequality by **reverse the inequality** (since we're multiplying by a negative value) to get:

#x-2 < x+3#

Subtract

So the inequality is true for all

**Case**

Multiply both sides of the inequality by

#x-2 > x+3#

Subtract

So there is no solution with