Problem

$18.$ The solution of the equation $2x+3$ $\left(x\right)-4$ $\left(-x\right)$ $=4\left(whe$ (where [x] and $\left(\times 3$ denote integral and
fractional part of $X\right)$ lies in the $inteWa1:$
$\left(A\right)$ $\left(0,1\right)$ (B) $\right)$ $\left(1,2\right)$ $\left(C\right)\left(2,3\right)$ (D) None of these

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Student

sir i can't understand

pls elaborate

Qanda teacher - R.K SIR

please tell me where you have problem

Student

where u take x belongs to 1,2

Qanda teacher - R.K SIR

i will tell you in morning

Student

ok sir

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