Solve the compound inequality: 3x >= -4x+2 and 5 >= 3x-4 Could someone check my work I am not sure if my interval notation is right. My solution: x>=2/7 & x<3 Give the result in interval notation: (-∞,∞)
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If , then wouldn't , so the interval would be
Originally Posted by Maxwell Solve the compound inequality: 3x >= -4x+2 and 5 >= 3x-4 Could someone check my work I am not sure if my interval notation is right. My solution: x>=2/7 & x<3 Give the result in interval notation: (-∞,∞) . . Putting the inequalities together, we get . In interval notation this is . You have to use the square brackets because you CAN include the endpoints.
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