# How do solve -5/(x+3)^2>0 graphically?

Dec 7, 2016

There is no solution.

Is the question correct? Have you got the inequality round the correct way?

#### Explanation:

Set $\text{ } y = - \frac{5}{{\left(x + 3\right)}^{2}} > 0$

The question requires that $y > 0$

Observation that the graph implies that as $x$ tends to $\pm \infty$ $y$ tends to 0

However, the question states that we require $y > 0$

Clearly there is no $y$ greater than 0 so $\textcolor{red}{\text{there is no solution}}$

Consider the graph: