Which solution set describes the set of integers less than or equal to -1?

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Which solution set describes the set of integers less than or equal to -1?

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I'm guessing when they say "Which solution set ", they are offering a list of choices?
Yes! drawing them right now:)

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it's ok
the first one has a Z in it?
Yes!
the big R means "real numbers" a real number is any decimal number you can think of eg: 2.7562
the big Z means "integers". Why didn't they use capital i? well i is reserved for later math courses, so Z is used instead but why Z? It turns out that `Z is for Zahlen - the German word for integers` http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/53922.html I guess when the math notation was developed, a German mathematician was the one who came up with the set of integers
-1 wouldn't be a real number? I thought real numbers, were like natural numbers. Example; 1,2,3,4 etc
negative numbers are also real numbers eg: -2.87 is a real number
I know I'm wrong. Just looked at my notes.
So its between 2 and 3 then?
well we wouldn't use R because we don't want real numbers we want integers
we use Z for the set of integers
So number one?
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yeah it's the first one and hopefully you see why based on what I posted above
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I also have this possible answer.
it states ` less than or equal to -1` the key part to look out for is the `or equal to`
And only the first one demonstrates that?
the one with \[\Large \{x|x\in\mathbb{Z} \ \text{ and } x \le -1\}\] whichever one that is
Thats the first one:)
\[\LARGE \overset{\color{red}{<}}{\color{blue}{\_}} \text{ means } \color{red}{\text{greater than}} \ \color{blue}{\text{or equal to}}\]
ok just checking, yeah the first one is the answer

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