Inequalities: Use And/OR correctly

Many students use the words “And/Or” indiscriminately in solving inequalities. However, there is a very important difference. ‘And‘ means you take the intersection of the solutions sets. ‘Or‘ means you take the union of the solutions sets.

Example

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