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MATH 1314 UNIT 1 LECTURE NOTES: INTERVAL NOTATION AND EQUATION SOLVING OBJECTIVES - Understand properties of real numbers and the real number line. - Express linear inequalities using interval notation. - Evaluate expressions involving absolute value. - Find the distance between points on a number line. - Solve linear equations. - Classify linear equations as identities, conditional, or no solution. - Solve real world problems involving simple interest. - Solve literal equations for specified variables. - Solve problems involving percentages. - Solve quadratic equations by factoring. - Solve quadratic equations using the square root property. - Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. 1. All integers that are exactly divisible by 2 are called ________ integers. 2. Write the inequality in interval notation. (If you need to use or - , enter INFINITY or -INFINITY.) x < 3 , 3. Write the inequality in interval notation. (If you need to use or - , enter INFINITY or -INFINITY.) -2 < x < 7 , 4. Write the inequality in interval notation. (If you need to use or - , enter INFINITY or -INFINITY.) -1 < x 5 mc mc ?
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