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Homework Help: math/What is a interval in math terms?

Posted by Kayla on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 4:22pm.

doe sanyone know what a interval is in math terms? i need the real definition and
it is hard and i can not find it anywhere?
can anyone help me?

thanks,you rule

Kayla

an interval is "a mathmatical expression of 'betweeness' a---------b
or a<x<b this can also be written as [a,b] the square bracets indicate that a and b are to be included"

hope that helps!

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