There are twenty (20) problems here that you can use to practice your skill in writing interval notations. Part 1. Write each inequality as an interval notation. 1) x < 3 x < 3 Answer 2) x \ge - 7
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How to Write the Interval Notation of Solutions to Inequalities: Step 1. Graph the solution set on the number line. Use an open dot ( ) at the boundary point/s excluded in the solution. Use a