http://i43.tinypic.com/34rhbpl.png I've tried to solve it, but here's my answer, not sure if it's right. . .[-infinite,1) U (4, infinite )..
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The answer is (-infinite, -1) U [4, infinite) ?
Originally Posted by HellBunny The answer is (-infinite, -1) U [4, infinite) ? almost ...
Plugged 2, 5, and 8. 2=False, 5 = True, 8 = False. Answer: Code: [3,7) correct?
[3,7)
Last edited by HellBunny; April 26th 2012 at 06:43 AM.
Correct interval but have to indicate that 3 is included but not 7
Ah, thanks. Hey, another question.. how do I solve this? the 2/3 is an exponent.
Originally Posted by HellBunny Ah, thanks. Hey, another question.. how do I solve this? the 2/3 is an exponent.
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