Welcome to the general quadratic inequality machine!

Solve for x: x2 − 3x ≤ 0

all numbers
1 or 2 intervals

Note: due to the limitations of computer keyboards, you likely don't have an ∞ key, so just write “inf” or the like; if you write anything that I can't parse as a number then I'll assume you mean ±∞.
Please write your answer in interval notation. If you want to write two intervals, put a ‘u’ between them. (That means they're both solutions.)

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