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Interval

Concept

Interval

An interval can be used to represent a set of values that lies between two numbers. It can also represent a set of values that are greater than or less than a specific number. They are often represented by using inequalities. An interval on a number line, consisting of the real numbers, contains an infinite amount of numbers. In the interval , all numbers between the x-values and are a part of the set. For example, , , , and . To visually represent an interval, a number line is often used. This is done by marking the end points of the interval and drawing between them.

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An interval does not have to be limited between two ends. For example, the inequality is a set of all positive real numbers larger than or equal to 0.