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X<2 AND X>4 SOLVE INEQUALITY AND SOLUTION SET
isn't it solved already?
OH WELL THEN I NEED TO FIND THE SOLUTION SET
X is an element of negative infinity to 2 excluding union excluding 4 to positive infinity
THE ANSWER I GOT WAS {x,2<x>4}
you asked us x is smaller than 2 and greater than 4, now you just told me x>2 to infinity....
but the back of my book says empty set
yyea u noe..the symbol with the slash through the 0
that means no solution
yeah idk why its sayin tht
were you given another inequality?
no..just x<2 and x>4....and the directions were SOLVE EACH INEQUALITY AND GIVE GIVE THE SOLUTION SET
solve each inequality.... so x-2 < 0 ? and x-4>0? I don't know what to tell you it sounds like they gave the answer already, @lgbasallote seems better than me at math haha
Is "X<2 AND X>4 SOLVE INEQUALITY AND SOLUTION SET" a compound inequality. That is, is this *one* problem such as the following: Find the intersection of the inequalities x<2 and x>4. Give the solution set of the intersection. ______ Or, Is X<2 AND X>4 SOLVE INEQUALITY AND SOLUTION SET *two* separate problems involving simple inequalities" Solve each of the following inequalities and give the solution set of each: a) x<2 b) x > 4