anonymous
  • anonymous
Describe each graph using set-builder notation and in interval notation Please show work. please see attachment! thanks
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
(1, infinity)
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[[x/x \in \mathbb{R},x >1]\]

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anonymous
  • anonymous
my teacher told me this On your third problem, the numbers in your solution go on forever. They don't stop at 7! Try thinking about this kind of problem in reverse. For example, if I had the inequality of x > 5, then my graph would start at 5 ( but not include the 5) and it would go on forever (that would be infinity) to the right. but im still not getting it!
anonymous
  • anonymous
no my teacher wrote that I dont know how to write the answer!
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[ (5,\infty)\] which means 5 but does not include five "open dot which keeps going" to positive inf
anonymous
  • anonymous
so for my problem it would be (7,OO)
anonymous
  • anonymous
0---------------------------> |----------------------------| 5 inft
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh okay i get it now!
anonymous
  • anonymous
And if it is \[x \ge 5\] [5, inft ) *---------------------------> |----------------------------| 5 inft
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks beehe
anonymous
  • anonymous
Gives me a medal please ;-)

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