Here is what my book says:

If the range of a function is (–5, 5), this means that –5 is included in the range, but 5 is not. (The range is said to be “inclusive” of –5 but exclusive of 5.)

Is this true? I've never heard of this before.

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- September 18th 2011, 08:24 AMbenny92000Range notation
Here is what my book says:

If the range of a function is (–5, 5), this means that –5 is included in the range, but 5 is not. (The range is said to be “inclusive” of –5 but exclusive of 5.)

Is this true? I've never heard of this before. - September 18th 2011, 08:32 AMProve ItRe: Range notation
- September 18th 2011, 08:34 AMbenny92000Re: Range notation
Too many typos in this book. Actually, it's not a book, it's a SparkNotes online test for Math level 2 SAT. But thank you.