Suppose that the variable x must satisfy all of these conditions: `x<=2;` `x> -3` ; `x< 5/2` ; `x>= -5/2` . Graph on the number line, the regionthat satisfies all of the conditions Problem 45: http://i47.tinypic.com/118di4g.jpg
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First, arrange them in order from smallest to largest so you can see where your number line will start and end:
`x> -3; x>= -5/2; x<=2; x<5/2`
On a number line the ones that are only...
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