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One way is to do this. You already have the graph of the LHS part, so you must draw the RHS graph (y = 1/3 divided by x^2).

You know how to sketch an x^-2 graph right?

From there, we see the number of intersections between the LHS graph and the RHS graph.

You know how to sketch an x^-2 graph right?

From there, we see the number of intersections between the LHS graph and the RHS graph.

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