How do you write: the sum of number and three no more than eight or is more than twelve of?
Let the number be represented by
sum of number and three:
(sum of number and three) no more than eight:
Here is where things get a bit unclear:
- is it the "number plus three" that is more than twelve?
or just "the number" that is no more than twelve.
- what is the significance of "of" in "twelve of"?
I will interpret this as:
So we have as a combination:
(sum of number and three no more than eight)
(sum of number and three more than twelve)
This could be simplified to
Note that this can not be written as a single algebraic inequality
but it could be written using a set of ranges: