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Solve x + 8 < 3 and x + 9 > -4

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No solution right :]
x < - 5 & x > -13 --------------- Does that help?
Thats not any of the answers on what im working on

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Give me the answers it wants.
-5 < x < 5 -13 < x < -5 x < -13 or x > -5 no solution
x can be less than -13 and still be greater-than -5.
so its x < -13 or x > -5 =]
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x > -13 and x < -5 so answer would be (-5,-13)
\[x \in (-5,-13)\]
Thats not an answer on what im working on..
-13 < x < -5
But unfortunately that's the answer bro ! :)
-5 < x < 5 -13 < x < -5 x < -13 or x > -5 no solution these are the answers.
look at my answer
2nd one is the answer
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