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**Blast18** 1.Graph the following on a number line.

a. {x]-3< or equal to x < 1, xER}

b. {s] s squared > 9, sER}

2.Solve and graph each solution set. (belong to the set of real numbers)

a. 3a-2< or equal to 7

b. 2(s +3) - 3(s-5) > or equal to 12

3. Solve. (set of real numbers)

a. 5-4b divided by 3 <5

4. A function is g(x)= 2(x-3) square + 4

a. determine the range of g when x > 4

b. determine the range of g when o < or equal to x < or equal to 6

c. determine the domain of g when f(x) < or equal to 12.

It would be appreciated since im lost in this.