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96mertcank96
 one year ago
express the interval in set builder notation and graph the interval on a number line
(1,1]
96mertcank96
 one year ago
express the interval in set builder notation and graph the interval on a number line (1,1]

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IrishBoy123
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1so you are telling us that that \(x\gt 1 \) and \( \ x\le 1\) or \(1 \lt x \le 1\) so you might wish to start out with: \(\large \{ x : \ x\gt 1 \) and \( \ x\le 1 \ \}\) or \(\large \{ x \in \mathcal{Z} : \ x\gt 1 \) and \( \ x\le 1 \ \}\) or \(\large \{ x \in \mathcal{R} : \ x\gt 1 \) and \( \ x\le 1 \ \}\) or \(\large \{ x \in \mathcal{C} : \ x\gt 1 \) and \( \ x\le 1 \ \}\)

IrishBoy123
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1but i reckon that the number line is the interesting bit, in the short term!
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