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90. r is between - 5 and 12. 91. 3x is between - 3 and 4, including - 3 and excluding 4. 92. 6x is between - 2 and 6, excluding - 2 and including 6. Simplify. Then tell whether the resulting statement is true or false. See Example 8. 93. - 6 6 7 + 3 96. 8 + 7 … 3 # 5 99. - 8 7 - | - 6 | # 94. - 7 6 4 + 1 95. 2 5 Ú 4 + 6 97. - | - 3 | Ú - 3 98. - | - 4 | … - 4 100. - 10 7 - | - 4 | Write each set in interval notation and graph the interval. See Examples 9–11. 101. 5x | x 7 - 16 104. 5x | x Ú - 36 102.

64. True or false: The absolute value of the depth of the Gulf of California is greater than the absolute value of the depth of the Caribbean Sea. Use the number line to answer true or false to each statement. See Example 7. –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 65. - 6 6 - 1 66. - 4 6 - 2 67. - 4 7 - 3 68. - 3 7 - 1 69. 3 7 - 2 70. 6 7 - 3 71. - 3 Ú - 3 72. - 5 … - 5 Rewrite each statement with 7 so that it uses 6 instead. Rewrite each statement with 6 so that it uses 7 . See Example 7. 73. 6 7 2 74.

19 + 1- 182 15. - 17. 45 18. 58 19. - 6 - 5 24. - 21 - 1- 62 25. 132 20. - 8 - 17 23. - 16 - 1- 32 7 3 + 3 4 21. 8 - 1- 132 13. 13 + 1- 42 16. - 5 4 + 6 9 22. 2 Operations on Real Numbers 26. 422 27. 9 4 - a- b 10 3 29. | - 8 - 6 | 30. | - 7 - 15 | 31. - | - 4 + 9 | 32. - | - 5 + 6 | 33. - 2 - | - 4 | 34. 16 - | - 13 | 28. 21 3 3 - a- b 14 4 Perform the indicated operations. See Example 4. 35. - 7 + 5 - 9 36. - 12 + 14 - 18 39. - 9 - 4 - 1- 32 + 6 40. - 10 - 6 - 1- 122 + 9 37. 6 - 1- 22 + 8 38.