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In a mathematical context: Let's say x is contained in an interval I. How can I express this as a noun equivalent (but correct) to the "containedness"? I found things linklike "inherence", "immanence", but they don't seem to fit perfectly

In a mathematical context: Let's say x is contained in an interval I. How can I express this as a noun equivalent (but correct) to the "containedness"? I found things link "inherence", "immanence", but they don't seem to fit perfectly

In a mathematical context: Let's say x is contained in an interval I. How can I express this as a noun equivalent (but correct) to the "containedness"? I found things like "inherence", "immanence", but they don't seem to fit perfectly

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Is there a noun for something being contained in something?

In a mathematical context: Let's say x is contained in an interval I. How can I express this as a noun equivalent (but correct) to the "containedness"? I found things link "inherence", "immanence", but they don't seem to fit perfectly