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Use graphs to find the set. (-9,7) n [0,8] Is it (0,7) or [0,7)
so you drew both (-9,7) and [0,8] ? Should look something like this: |dw:1441228781893:dw|

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now you want to find where you have both of those curvy line thingys I drew
Yeah...
|dw:1441228855669:dw|
notice we don't include x=7 because x=7 wasn't included in the second curvy line I drew
Im pretty sure its [0,7)
we know it wasn't included in the second curvy line because there is an open circle
you are right
Okay thank you
hey @Destinyyyy one thing about earlier
I think you were confused on how to combined fractions that have a variable in it ...
\[\frac{x}{4}-\frac{x}{5}\] like both 4 and 5 go into 20
and that is why I chose 20 to be the bottom but this changes the top
I know how to. I was just following the example that told me not to do it that way
so so it is clear to you you should get (5x-4x)/20 ?
Yes
ok awesome I just wanted to make sure you understood that part :)

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