Math
posted by Jenna .
I missied school Friday and am not sure how to do my math homework.
here is one problem. If someone will help me figure this out and explain it I would be able to figure the rest out.
** Write two values of x for which the i nequality is true
4.5<x<4.6
Will someone please help?
Well, anything greater than 4.5 and less than 4.6
How about 4.56 and 4.59?
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