## ← Interval Table - College Algebra

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1. The way that we factor it tells us that our two critical values, the two points
2. that are splitting our number line up are x equals negative 7 and x equals 5. So
3. I start by writing those. Then we just need to fill in the intervals surronding
4. those values. We have x is less than negative seven then we have the region
5. between negative 7 and 5. So negative seven is less than x which is less than
6. five. And then lastly, x is greater than five.