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Og 11-Ps-#130

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Q. Which of the following inequalities is an algebrraic expression for the shaded part of the no. line above?(sorry dnt have the image.If anybody has then pls post.The image is of a partial no. line shaded from -5 to 3)
I dont understand the solution.However,if one substitutes the two end values (-5 and 3)in the options given,only options b and e remain.How do u eliminate choice b?(choice e is the correct ans.)

P.S:sorry for not providin' an image again!

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14 Apr 2009, 23:47
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15 Apr 2009, 21:52
meesawoosa wrote:

with the mod and the inequality sign that is a bit cumbersome and will be unclear...hence the request for somebody posting the image and explaining:)

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