Find the set notation and interval notation of -3<=x<17

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Find the set notation and interval notation of -3<=x<17

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Interval notation: [-3,17) Set notation: what's that
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|dw:1440455602996:dw| That is set notation

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OH! {x \in R| -3 <=x <17}
Can you draw it because im confused
\(\Large \left\{\left. x \in {\rm R} \right| -3\le x<17\right\}\) Translating what flyingpie said in latex. \(\Large \left\{\left. \color{blue}{x \in {\rm R} }\right| \color{red}{-3\le x<17}\right\}\) The notation in blue tells us that "x belongs to a set of all Real numbers". In other words x can be any real number. The notation in red tells us, that x can be -3 or larger, but is less than 17.
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Square bracket indicates that we include the value Round bracket indicates that the value is not included So for example if I had: \(-1>x>5\) then my interval would be \((-1,5)\) if i had: \(-1
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