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Can Mathematica Handle Open Intervals? Interval complements?
Open Intervals Following up on this question, I was wondering whether Mma can handle open intervals. For example, the union of the intervals, $$1<x<5$$ and $$5<x<8$$ should not ...
Oct 1 '12 at 2:41
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