So in this problem, we are as to find the solution set to this inequality. So first, we must find the critical points, or basically, when this expression is equal to zero. So this happens when X equals seven and X equals negative three. So that sets up our main intervals that we need to test, which will go from, uh, negative infinity to negative three negative, 3 to 7 and seven to infinity. So, from negative infinity to negative three, we contest the point X equals negative for which would equal s. So if we evaluate this expression, we get negative 11 times negative one which is equal to 11 which is not less than or equal to zero. So that part of the interval doesn't work or that interval doesn't work from negative 3 to 7. We can track X equals zero. So that would evaluate to, um, negative seven times three, which is evil, the negative 21 which is less than or equal to zero. So that would work. Um, And from for the interval from seven to infinity, we contest the point X equals eight s, so that would be eight minus seven equals one and eight plus three equals 11. So that would be not less than or equal to zero. So that would not work. So now we know that the only interval that works would be from negative 3 to 7 inclusive. So that is our answer. And if we were to sketch this on the number line, we would have our critical points. Negative three and seven. And our range will be from negative three inclusive. Which is why I have the clothes circles to seven inclusive. Thank you.