Which of the following expressions correctly determines that x is greater than 10 and less than 20?
The question is based on inequalities and the way we represent them.
Answer: x ∈ (10, 20) or 10 < x < 20 is the solution to the given linear inequality.
Let us represent the given information mathematically.
Given that x is greater than 10 and less than 20
x > 10 and x < 20
10 < x and in turn x < 20
10 < x < 20
x can take any real number between 10 and 20 with the endpoints excluded.