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Moving the term $6$ to the other side of the inequation with opposite sign

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$x^2-2x<2-6$

Learn how to solve integrals of rational functions problems step by step online. Solve the inequality x^2-2x+6<2. Moving the term 6 to the other side of the inequation with opposite sign. Subtract the values 2 and -6. Factor the polynomial x^2-2x. Add and subtract \left(\frac{b}{2}\right)^2, replacing b by it's value -2. Now, we can factor x^2+-2x+1 as a squared binomial of the form \left(x+\frac{b}{2}\right)^2.

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