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Express each set in set-builder notation:

Set D is the set of natural numbers between 27 and 51, inclusive.

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  1. D:{x∈N:27≤x≤51}
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    D:{x∈N:x≥27∧x≤51}

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  2. even numbers between 4 inclusive and 10 inclusive

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