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4  3t ≥ 0 is equivalent to t ≤ 4/3 and 4  3t < 0 is equivalent to 4/3 < t and hence
So now separate the problem into two situations. Part 1: t ≤ 4/3
Part 2: t < 4/3
Write back if you have any difficulties in completing the solution. Penny  


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