# math

For the inequality

x+1≥4, which solution set satisfies the inequality?

A.
{0, 1, 2}

B.
{0, 2, 4}

C.
{3, 4}

D.
{2, 4}

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1. well x ≥ 3, so which of your given sets satisfies this ?

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Reiny

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4. {0, 2, 4}

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5. Is Keyshawn Johnson correct?

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6. no, Keyshawn Johnson is not correct

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