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A and B are sets of real numbers defined as follows.
4 = {x | x > 3}
Bx|x5
Write A n B and A UB using interval notation.
If the set is empty, write Ø.
-oO
AU B
X
Il

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A and B are sets of real numbers defined as follows. 4 = {x | x > 3} Bx|x5 Write A n B and A UB using interval notation. If the set is empty, write Ø. -oO AU B X Il

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