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Which of the following is not an equivalent form of the compound inequality x + 18<= 10 and x + 18 =>5 A number line with a closed circle on -13, shading to the left, and a closed circle on -8, shading to the right. 10 => x + 18 =>5 -13 <= x <= -8 A number line with a closed circle on -13, a closed circle on -8, and shading in between.
x ≤ -8 AND x ≥ -13 "And makes the shading in a number line be placed in between. It can also be written -13 <= x <= -8 10 => x + 18 =>5 The one that's not a way of writing it is the first one because it should be in between. Not left and right.