Math is fun! That is a statement that not many people find to be true. But it can be if you understand it and know a few tricks to solving certain problems. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to connect interval notations and compound inequalities. Don't know what those words mean? Check out the tutorial, it may help you with any problems you have. Good luck and enjoy!
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