Solve and graph(using words)the inequalities.Then describe the graphs using words.
Example:x>5andx<9.[There would be an open circle on the 5 and an open circle on the 9.The shading is between the 2numbers.
My Problem:
-6<x+3<6(Remember,this is an "and" statement)

subtract three from all..

-9 < x < 3

open cricles -9, and three.
x lies between those

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