# How do you solve #2x^3-6x^2+x-1<=2x-3?#

##### 1 Answer

Firstly set it

This leaves us with:

Then we can use the factor theorem to find one of our roots.

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Very sorry I think I've done something wrong but I thought I'd send you my working a)because I find sometimes reading what someone else has done, even if wrong, helps to solve things and b)because I cant bring myself to get rid of that working.

It could be possible that you just need a factor higher than I'm using so feel free to try some, and if so you'll need to do some algebraic long division. Happy to show you this if you find a factor!