Alright guys, So for this problem we kind of have a matching type of question. And so what we are given is the solution set to a linear inequality. And then I have to identify I'm a through J which interval notation of that solution actually matches up with what we were given. So um I know that the problem I'm working with is X is greater than -2, but it is less than or equal to positive six. Alright. So I've done a number line because I would like to go over this and kind of see it visually so that I can write the interval notation maybe a little easier or kind of, you know, hopefully will just help and as a support here. So, my number line goes from negative 10 to positive 10. Um going with intervals of one. If you needed to draw a number line, you could, you know, draw it too. However, works for you. All right. So, to go through this again, the goal is to write this solution set into an interval notation, So I know X has to be greater than -2. So my lower bound is -2. The solution does not include two. So this is going to be a parentheses on negative too, and it contains everything Greater than that until you hit your upper bound, which is six. Okay. Now you need to sit here and anything about, okay, what's happening at six? So X has to be less than or equal to six Because it's less than or equal to. This is a bracket because the solution set does contain the answer six and then you'd be doing everything that is left Of six until you hit your lower bound which was negative too. Alright, so to write this in interval notation, you're simply going to have a parentheses because this does not include negative too. Your lower bound is -2, comma your upper bound which is six. And ask yourself does this include six? Yes, because it's less than or equal to six. And then I'm going to use a bracket. All right. The answer that matches what I have written would be, hey.