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MAT116Week8ConceptCheck

# MAT116Week8ConceptCheck - If you draw a number line and...

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Running head: WEEK 8 CONCEPT CHECK 1 Week 8 Concept Check Brenda McCoy MAT/116 October 28, 2011 Jamie Jefferson

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WEEK 8 CONCEPT CHECK 2 Week 8 Concept Check In order to describe what the graph of interval [-4,10] looks like we first need to understand what the symbols mean. A [ means that we need to include the left side point. A ] means that we need to include the right side point. A ( means that the left side point is not included and a ) means that the right side point is not included.
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Unformatted text preview: If you draw a number line and mark the two X values that are given, -4 and 10, with an open circle (a little o), you would darken in the o if the endpoint is a bracket and leave the circle open if the endpoint is a parenthesis. An open circle means “this end is not included”. Then you would darken in the line segment between the two points. In this case, both points are included in the plot and they are brackets, so you would darken in the in the o....
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