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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) For what values of $a$ is $le(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $1 < a < 3$ $a < 0$ and $a < 3$ $a < 0$ and $a < 3$ $a < 0$ or $a < 3$
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Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) For what values of a is $me(a^{2} – 3a, a – 3) < 0$? $a < 3$ and $a < 1$ $1 < a < 3$ $a < 3$ or $a < 1$ $a < 3$ or $a < 0$
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CAT199565
Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) Which of the following must be correct? mo(le(a, b)$^{3}$ (me(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) > (me(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) < (le(mo(a), mo(b)) mo(le(a, b)) le(mo(a), mo(b))
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CAT199564
Refer to the following data: le(x, y) =  least of(x, y) mo(x) = x me(x) (x, y) = maximum of(x, y) Find the value of me(a + mo(le(a, b)); mo(a + me(mo(a), mo(b)), at $a = 2$ and $b =  3$. $1$ $0$ $5$ $3$
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CAT199555
What is the value of m which satisfies $3m^{2}  21m + 30 < 0$? $m < 2$, or $m > 5$ $m > 2$ $2 < m < 5$ $m < 5$
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