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In set-builder notation, how do you write the soultions of the inequality?
5x+17>=7
A.{x|x>=2}
B.{x|x>=-2}
C.{x|x<=-2}
D.{x|x<=2}

2. In set-builder notation, how do you write the solutions of the inequality?
-4-x>=-2
A. {x|x>=-2
B. {x|x>=2
C. {x|x<=-2
D. {x|x<=2

My answers:
1. B
2. C
Thank you

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