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{36,37,38,39,...59}
I came up with : {40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50,...58}
can someone tell me if this is right, please?

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- jtvatsim

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- jtvatsim

From what I see they gave you some list of numbers from 36 to 59. And you found a list of numbers from 40 to 58. So, I understand what you did, but to know if it's correct, we'll need to know what the original question/instructions were. :)

- anonymous

it says to use inequality notation to express the condition x must meet in order to be a member of the set

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- jtvatsim

Oh... I see. They just want you to use an equation to describe what is happening.

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So, look, all the numbers are between 36 and 59. They also include 36 and 59.

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To write our english word "in between" in mathematics we use two inequality signs
\[36 \leq x \leq 59\]
we are done!
See how the "x" (any number you want) sits between the 36 and 59 just like the list they gave you? This is just a much shorter way of writing it. :)

- anonymous

thats it?

- jtvatsim

Also, we use the "less than or equal" since 36 and 59 were allowed.

- jtvatsim

Yep, that should be enough.

- anonymous

wow thanks!

- jtvatsim

We used "inequality notation" and we expressed the "condition x must meet to be in the set". No problem! :)

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