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## Do you prefer to express solutions to inequalities using interval notation or as an inequality ? Do you think it’s important to know both fo

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Answer:I prefer to express solutions to inequalities using interval notation. Both formats are are important but I think interval notation is easier to understand and represents better the solutions.

For example, if you have the following inequation:

x-2> 1

x>3

Therefore, the solution could be written either x>3 OR (3, +inf). But what happens if the solution to the system of equation is x>3 or x<-3? The solution can be easily written as: (-inf, -3) U (3, inf) instead of ‘x>3 or x<-3’ which can be confusing.