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Alexandria wants to go hiking on saturday. she wants to hike for 2 hours. she wants to spend no more than 6 hours away from home. she can average 65 miles per hour to and from the park. solve the inequality that represents the possible distances from alexandria"s home to the park that satisfies her conditions
A freight elevator has a capacity of just under 3,000 pounds. A group of movers wants to move a piano that weighs 900 pounds and several crates of electronic that weigh 300 pounds each Part A : Write an inequality that shows how many crates of electronics can go on the freight elevator with the piano. Part B : Solve the inequality from Part A to find how many crates of electronics can go on the freight elevator
Aaron received a $25 gift card for his birthday. He used it to download a game for $3.99 and some songs for $0.99 each. The following inequality models the relationship among the quantities in this scenario where x represents the number of songs Aaron can afford to download: 25 ≥ 0.99 x + 3.99 Show all work to solve the inequality
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