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1 - 8, unless there is a logical reason for another interval.

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All five points are reasonable.

the smallest is 1/2 a centimeter and the largest is 1/2 an inch

There are no mixed numbers between 0 and 2 with an interval of 18.

y = -2x² + x y = -2 [ x² - (x/2) ] y = -2 [ x² - (x/2) + (1/4) ] + (1/2) y = (1/2) - 2[ x - (1/2) ]² ≤ (1/2) Hence, the Range of y is : -∞ < y ≤ (1/2). It can be written as the interval ( -∞, 1/2 ]. ........ Ans. _____________________________________ Happy To Help ! _____________________________________

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1 to 8, surely!

All five points are reasonable.

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more reasonable, as reasonable as...; less reasonable; very/extremely reasonable, the most reasonable. [the first 3 forms are the Comparative; the 2 last ones - the Superlative].

You need an interval for there to be any numbers in it.

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No, is not reasonable because copper usually has a +1 or +2 charge

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