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The Table Method## In the x<x^2 question, can we

## You bet!

You bet!

When we plug in x = 1, the answer to the target question is "No, x is NOT less than x^2"

## Ok..thank you sir

## Hello guys

I think there is a mistake in the exercise done at 3:30 on this video, when is said divided, he is actually doing subtraction.

Sorry to bother

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## Thanks for that, but

Thanks for that, but "division" is correct here. 5 divided by 3 equals 1 with remainder 2.

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