# SOLUTION: Graph on a number line, where x is a real number. -1 < x &#8804; 2 a) a scale with 2 points the first is a solid dot that starts at -1 and goes to the left, the second is a dot t

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 Question 165575: Graph on a number line, where x is a real number. -1 < x ≤ 2 a) a scale with 2 points the first is a solid dot that starts at -1 and goes to the left, the second is a dot that is not solid that starts at 2 and goes to the right. (there is a break between -1 and 2) b) a scale with no break that starts with a solid dot at -1 and ends with a dot that is not solid on 2. c) a scale with no break that starts with a dot that is not solid on -1 and ends with a solid dot on 2. d) a scale with 2 points the first is a dot that is not solid that starts at -1 and goes to the left, the second is a solid dot that starts at 2 and goes to the right. (there is a break between -1 and 2) Please help I have no idea which scale to choose. Thank you.Answer by Mathtut(3670)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!x is greater than -1 but less than or equal to 2. therefore x lies between -1 and 2 on the number line with 2 being included and -1 being excluded. to show this you need a non solid circle at -1 and moving to 2 which has a solid dot. that would be choice c