# Algebra

The three-part inequality a < x ¡Ü b means "a is less than x and x is less than or equal to b". Which of these inequalities is not satisfied by any real number x? Thanks!

(a) -5 < x less than or = to -11
(b) -8 < x less than or = to -7
(c) 0 < x less than or = to 4
(d) -2 < x less than or = to 6

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