How would you express that x is both < -6 & < 6?

Or Less than one and greater than the other?
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yu alredee did it...yu gotta hav 2 seprut equashuns

1...x>6

2...x<-6
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The expression x is greater than six and less than negative six is,
6<x<-6

by Level 8 User (30.1k points)

The expression x is greater than six and less than negative six is,
6<x<-6

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by Level 8 User (30.1k points)

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