To solve inequalities with radicals, isolate the radical on one side of the inequality, Square both sides of the inequality, and solve for the variable. Check the solutions by plugging it back into the original inequality.
What is radical inequality?
A radical inequality is an inequality that involves one or more radical expressions.
How do you solve radical inequalities with two radicals?
To solve radical inequalities with two radicals, isolate each radical expression on opposite sides of the inequality, then square both sides of the inequality to eliminate the radicals. Finally, solve the resulting inequality algebraically and check for extraneous solutions.