To solve exponential inequalities, write the inequality in the form of a single exponential function with a positive base. Take the logarithm of both sides of the inequality.
Simplify the logarithmic expression to isolate the variable. Solve the inequality for the variable. Check the solution by plugging it back into the original inequality.
What is exponential inequality?
An exponential inequality is an inequality that involves one or more exponents.
How do you solve exponential inequalities with fractions?
To solve exponential inequalities with fractions, first convert the fractions to powers of the base using the properties of exponents. Then, apply the usual methods for solving exponential inequalities.