How do i know how the interval notiation set will be? I have attached a graph for an example =)

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(5,-3] or is it [-3,5) plus i am confused with the brackets [ ( )]

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- September 11th 2011, 01:19 PMcytotoxictcellInterval notation placement
How do i know how the interval notiation set will be? I have attached a graph for an example =)

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(5,-3] or is it [-3,5) plus i am confused with the brackets [ ( )] - September 11th 2011, 02:57 PMtarheelbornRe: Interval notation placement
Usually you would write this as {x: -3 < x <= 5} and then then interval notation would be (-3, 5].

- September 11th 2011, 02:59 PMemakarovRe: Interval notation placement
It's (-3, 5]. The smaller value (taking the sign into account) must be on the left. The parentheses ( and ) correspond to strict inequalities < and >, while square brackets [ and ] correspond to non-strict inequalities and .

- September 11th 2011, 03:15 PMPlatoRe: Interval notation placement
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- September 12th 2011, 04:41 PMcytotoxictcellRe: Interval notation placement
so if something has the infinite symbol '-' <------ similar to that than that symbol is moved to the right?

- September 12th 2011, 09:25 PMProve ItRe: Interval notation placement
- September 14th 2011, 04:06 PMcytotoxictcellRe: Interval notation placement
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