# How do you write the following in interval notation: x>3 and x ≤ 7?

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Mar 10, 2018

In interval notation, you use a parenthesis to signify an inequality with out an or equal to operator.

You use a bracket to signify an inequality with an or equal to operator.

$x > 3$ and $x \le 7$ would be written as: $\left(3 , 7\right]$