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anonymous
 one year ago
The solution to an inequality is (–∞, 6.5]. Is 6.5 a solution to the inequality? Explain your answer.
A.The solution includes numbers from negative infinity to 6.5. Because a bracket is used, the solution does not include 6.5.
B.The solution includes numbers from 6.5 to infinity. Because a parenthesis is used, the solution does not include 6.5.
C.The solution is the point (–∞, 6.5). Because a bracket is used, 6.5 is a solution to the inequality.
D.The solution includes numbers from negative infinity to 6.5. Because a bracket is used, the solution includes 6.5.
anonymous
 one year ago
The solution to an inequality is (–∞, 6.5]. Is 6.5 a solution to the inequality? Explain your answer. A.The solution includes numbers from negative infinity to 6.5. Because a bracket is used, the solution does not include 6.5. B.The solution includes numbers from 6.5 to infinity. Because a parenthesis is used, the solution does not include 6.5. C.The solution is the point (–∞, 6.5). Because a bracket is used, 6.5 is a solution to the inequality. D.The solution includes numbers from negative infinity to 6.5. Because a bracket is used, the solution includes 6.5.

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ZeHanz
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Brackets: [ and ] Parentheses: ( and ) With brackets, the number next to it is included. With parentheses it is not. Now pick the right answer...

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0So, I was right the first time. It's D.
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