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03/25/06 5:02pm

I am new to Mathematica. I have been trying to find in the help menu how to solve inequalities in mathematica, where the coefficients of the variables are parameters not necessarily numbers for instance:
a x^2+b x-c<0. I wonder if this can be done in mathematica and also how I can specify the sign of the coefficients, (e.g.,a>0, b<0)
Any help is appreciated
Thanks in advance,

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