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Strong winds called the prevailing westerlies blow from west to east in a belt from 40 degree to 60 degree latitude in both Northern and Southern Hemisphere.
1.Write an inequality to represent the latitudes where the prevailing westerlies are not located.

Could someone explain the question and how to solve this to me? Thanks

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