# Easy but confusing

**Algebra**Level 3

Find the solution set to \[\left \lfloor{2x-1}\right \rfloor<5 \]

Note:

\(\left \lfloor{x}\right \rfloor\) represents greatest integer not exceeding x.

\(x\in\mathbb{R}\)

\((v,h)\) is an interval representing all real numbers between v and h excluding v and h.

\([v,h]\) is an interval representing all real numbers between v and h including v and h.

\((v,h]\) is an interval representing all real numbers between v and h excluding v .

\([v,h)\) is an interval representing all real numbers between v and h excluding h.

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