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unconditional inequality


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Always true, irrespective of the values taken by the variables so x2+2x+3>0 is unconditional since it can be expressed as (x+1)2+2>0 which is always>0, but x2+2x−3>0 is a conditional inequality because it can be expressed as (x+1)2>4 which is only true for x>1 or x<−3.

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