Exam-Style Question on Inequalities
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Question id: 432. This question is similar to one that appeared on a GCSE Higher paper in 2017. The use of a calculator is allowed.
The red line in the diagram below shows an inequality. If the variable is \(x\), which inequality best describes \(x\)?
(a) \(-9 \le x \le 4\)
(b) \(-9 \lt x \le 4\)
(c) \(-9 \le x \lt 4\)
(d) \(-9 \lt x \lt 4\)
(e) \(-4 \le x \le 9\)
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