i need help with the following: Convert the following descriptions of numbers into interval notation. 1. All positive numbers not including 0. 2. Every number between -1 and 1 including -1 but not 1. 3. Every number between 1 and 5 not including 2 or 3, but including 1 and 5.

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i need help with the following: Convert the following descriptions of numbers into interval notation. 1. All positive numbers not including 0. 2. Every number between -1 and 1 including -1 but not 1. 3. Every number between 1 and 5 not including 2 or 3, but including 1 and 5.

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ok i just dont understand how to do it can you give me an example
ok all positive numbers including 2 and above would be [2, INF)
ok okay i get it now

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u can use symbol for infinity also \[[2,\infty)\]
the one that confuses me is number 2
well use [ before the -1 and ) after 1
try it
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start with [
because -1 is included in the interval
it would be like this [-1,1)

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