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Given: $-4 \leq-\frac{1}{2} m<5$ where $m \in R$, solve for $m$, write the answer in interval notation.
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$(-10 ; 8]$


$-4 \leq-\dfrac{1}{2} m<5$
$-8 \leq-m<10$
$8 \geq m>-10$
$-10<m \leq 8$


$-4 \leq-\dfrac{1}{2} m$ and $/ e n-\dfrac{1}{2} m<5$
$-8 \leq-m$ and $/$ en $-m<10$
$-10<m \leq 8$

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