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6-101.

Solve the following inequalities.

1. $x^2−2x<3$

Change the inequality into an equation and solve for $x$ to find the boundary points.
Plot the boundary points on a number line. Test values of $x$ to find where the inequality is true.
Shade the true region and describe it with one or more inequality statements.

See problem 4-94 part (b).

2. $3x−x^2\le2$

See part (a).