Posted by **Cliff** on Monday, July 26, 2010 at 7:20pm.

Saying that 4<(sq.root of x)<9 is equivalent to saying what about x ?

a. 0<x<5

b. 0<x<65

c. 2<x<3

d. 4<x<9

e. 16<x<81

Please help.

Does this problem relate to 'x'values on the xy coordinate system ? If so please explain the concept here.

If not please explain this problem anyway.

A million thank yous.

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