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During the summer, you want to earn at least $150 per week. You can earn$10 per hour working for a farmer, and $5 per hour babysitting. you can work at most 25 hrs per week. write a system of linear inequalities that models the situation -solve your system, and tell how many hours per week you would work babysitting -if you work 10hrs per week on the farm and 12 hours per week babysitting, will you meet your goal?
Graph the system of ineqalities y<2x+2y>-x-1
Is it possible to construct a triangle with side lengths of 6 cm, 11 cm, and 13 cm?
True or false, there is no solution to the systems of inequalities shown belowy<3x+5y>-x+4
Given the inequalities y > 5x-8 and y >3x+4, find the point that satisfies neither inequalities
What ls 2x > -10 and 9x <18
16x^2-24x+7=0 equation and/or inequalities
Solve the compound inequality n-4 > 5 AND 2 > n + 3
Solve each compound Inequality. 42.2 ≤ d + 1/2 < 4 1/2 44. 2t ≤ -4 or 7t ≥ 49 46.1 ≤ a - 3 ≤ 2 48. A town’s high temperature for a given month is 88 degrees Fahrenheit and the low temperature is 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Write a compound inequality to represent the range of temperatures for the given month.
How do I graph inequalities
Window design. A triangular window on Ross camp’s new scary boat has two sides that measure 87 centimeters 64 centimeter, respectively. The perimeter of the triangle must not exceed 291 centimeter. What are the possible values for the length of the third side of the windows?
solve |y+9|>4?
Which inequalities are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. –9 < –6 B. –7 > –4 C. 11 > –12 D. 15 < –10 E. –15 > –4
7th grade need help its a Assignment: Inequality Word Problems Quiz1.3x > 27. Solve for x. a. x>9 b. x<9 c. x > -9 d. x<-9 2. x/5 < 25. Solve for x. a. x < 20 b. x < 5 c. x < 100 d. x < 125 3. x - 4 > 17. Solve for x. a. x > 21 b. x >13 c. x < 21 d. x < 13 4. What is a possible value of x if -5 < x < 0? a. 6 b. 3 c. 3 d. 6 5. Which inequality would you use? No more than 220 people are in the theater. A. p < 220 B. p < 220 the arrow is underlined C. p > 220 D. p > 220the arrow is underlined 6. Which inequality would you use? There are at least a dozen eggs left. a. e > 12 b. e < 12 c. e > 12 d. e < 12 7. Tina pet sits to earn extra money. She charges a flat service fee of $30, plus $15 per day. If one of her customers spent less than $75, which of the following inequalities could be used to solve for x, the number of days the customer paid for pet sitting? a. $15x - $30 < $85 b. $15x < $105 c. $15x < $75 d. $15x + 30 < $75 8. Becky is collecting money for a fundraiser. She wants to collect more than $1,777.00 and has already raised $268.00. Becky averages $24.00 from each person who donates to the fundraiser. Which of the following inequalities could be used to solve for x, the number of additional people Becky needs to collect from to meet her fundraising goal? a. $24.00x > $1,777.00 b. $24.00x + $268.00 > $1,777.00 c. $24.00x - $268.00 > $1,777.00 d. $24.00x > $268.00 9. Fran is limited to watching television less than 10.8 hours per week. She has already watched 3.6 hours, and each show is 0.6 of an hour long. 0.6x + 3.6 < 10.8 How many more shows can Fran watch this week? a. x < 0.6 b. x < 3.6 c. x < 12 d. x< 7.2 10. Amy and Ebony are shopping. Amy has $90. Together, Amy and Ebony have less than $175. Which inequality below shows the amount of money the two girls have? a. $90 + x < $175 b. $90 + x > $175 c. x - $90 < $175 d. $175 + x < $90
Nine less than a number is no more than 8 and is no less than 3. Compound inequalities
How are inequalities and equations alike and different?
Which of the following is a solution for the absolute value inequality |2x – 3| > 6?
Find one point that lies in the solution set of the following system of inequalities: Y<(or equal)1/2x+6 y>-3x-1justify answer
Graph the system of linear inequalities 2x-2y<6 X-y<9
Graphing Linear Inequality y≤ 3/5x-5
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