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Describe a Number Line using Inequalities
Problem Statement:

Describe the number lines using inequalities. Use X (uppercase) to represent the blue line and all of its possible values. Use <, >, <=, >= as your inequality symbols. Remember that an open circle means you don't include that value and a closed circle means that you do include that value. Don't use any spaces in your answers eg.(X<=5)

```/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.0 */
printf("X>1");
printf("X<=-1");
printf("2<X<=3");
```
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Problem Statement:

Describe the number lines using inequalities. Use X (uppercase) to represent the blue line and all of its possible values. Use <, >, <=, >= as your inequality symbols. Remember that an open circle means you don't include that value and a closed circle means that you do include that value. Don't use any spaces in your answers eg.(X<=5) Time