Use interval notation to describe the graph. What is the resulting interval?

Raegan Bray
2022-08-01
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Express the graph shown in color using interval notation. Also express it as an inequality involving x.

Use interval notation to describe the graph. What is the resulting interval?

Use interval notation to describe the graph. What is the resulting interval?

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Julianna Bell

Answered 2022-08-02
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Step 1

The graph starts from 3 (including)

Step 2

$\therefore 3\le x\le 7$

$x\in [3,7]$

The graph starts from 3 (including)

Step 2

$\therefore 3\le x\le 7$

$x\in [3,7]$

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