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Which of the following represents the set of integers greater than or equal to −5? {−5, −6, −7, …} {−5, −4, −3, …} {−5, −4, −3, …, 3, 4, 5} {all positive numbers}

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  1. swissgirl
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    so its the set that includes -5 and all numbers greater than 5

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  2. sara12345
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    \(-6 \not \ge -5\)

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  3. tacamry
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    so that would be the first one right?

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  4. swissgirl
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    well no since -6<-5 -6 is less than -5

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  5. tacamry
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    iss all of them positive numbers?

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  6. swissgirl
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    |Ok lets go thru this again Let picture a number line dw:1349978469912:dw|

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  7. tacamry
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    ok

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  8. swissgirl
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    |dw:1349978723606:dw|

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  9. tacamry
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    so it would be C

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  10. swissgirl
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    ok the numbers as we head to the right become greater for example 1 is a bigger number than -7

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  11. swissgirl
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    Another thing we know is that all numbers greater than -5 goes on for forever for example 1000 is greater than -5 7 million is greater than -5 it goes on for forever

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  12. tacamry
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    iv'e got it its B because

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  13. swissgirl
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    Yes its B :)

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  14. tacamry
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    thank you

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