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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x ≥ 1. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x ≤ 3. f

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f Convert the inequality  2 ≤ x ≤ 5 to interval notation. f

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f Arrange the real numbers 2, 4, 5, 6, in the ascending order. f

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f What are the end points of the interval [ 5, 4] ? f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x < 8. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x < 5. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x ≥ 3. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality  2 < x ≤ 4. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality 4 ≤ x ≤ 8. f

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f Describe and graph the interval of real numbers for inequality x ≤ 4. f

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f Graph the number line for the interval [ 4, 5). f

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f Graph the number line for the interval ( 8, 0]. f

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f Convert the inequality  4 ≤ x < 8 to interval notation. f

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f A machined part is to be 20.5 mm wide, with a tolerance of 0.01 mm. What is the greatest possible width that is acceptable? f

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f The radius of a machined part is 2.5 cm, with a tolerance of 0.003 cm. What is the least possible radius that is acceptable? f

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f Convert interval notation [ 4, 6) to inequality notation. f

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f Convert interval notation [ 3, 0] to inequality notation. f

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f The length of a machined part is to be 8.5 cm, with a tolerance of 0.04 cm. Express the tolerance limit as an absolute value inequality. (Use the variable n for the actual measure of the part in cm.) f

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f There are three different types of flowers from which a florist has to select one flower from each type to make a bouquet.The probability of selecting the first flower from each type is 0.78, 0.44 and 0.71. Order the probabilities in ascending order. f

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