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2x+3≥7 or 2x+9>11,

2x≥4, so x≥2; or

2x>2, so x>1.

x≥2 satisfies both inequalities.

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It satisfies x>1. This is because the other one is asking it to be greater or equal to 2. Yet the one from x>1 does not fit this.
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