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Let's start by interpreting the inequality. This inequality states that $x$ is **greater than** $-1.$ Therefore, we can discard $-3$ and $-1,$ since they are not greater than $-1.$ The numbers $0,$ $1,$ and $3,$ are part of the range.

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The inequality $x≤1$ says that $x$ is **less than or equal** to $1.$ Therefore, we can rule out $3,$ since $3$ is greater than $1.$ However, we should include $1,$ since according to the inequality, $x$ can be equal to $1.$ The numbers that are included in the range are $-3,$ $-1,$ $0,$ and $1.$

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The inequality $-3<x≤3$ states that $x$ is greater than $-3$ **and** less than or equal to $3.$ Since $x$ is greater than $-3$ the number $-3$ is not included in the interval. The rest of the numbers, $-1,$ $0,$ $1,$ and $3,$ are included, though.