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x greater than or equal to -1 or x < 6 x > -1 and x less than or greater to 6 x < -1 or x greater than or equal to 6 x greater than or equal to -1 and x < 6
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Now explain ur answer sir
dont they teach u this in model school?
wat u mean?
Alright lemme explain im in Honors Geometry so it shouldnt be that hard
The line has a closed circle pointing towards x which means it HAS TO BE x is greater than or equal to -1 then since the second one if a close circle on 6 it means that x can be greater than or equal to -1 OR greater than 6
Oh okie doke
can someone please help me with my question?
Umm yes but this is mine lol
do you know how interior designers use triangles? :/

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