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The Youngs Creek Trail in Bedford, Indiana, is 10.5 miles long. The average hiker travels at a pace slightly faster than 1.7 miles per hour. Which inequality could be used to determine d, the distance from the end of the path, after a, hours? A. d>10.5+1.7n B. d< 10.5+1.7n C. d< 10.5-1.7n D. d>10.5-1.7n

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  1. anonymous
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    you got any more info on this? if not it's either C or D not sure which one for sure.

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    No that is all it says?

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    C makes some sense so i guess it's C. but not sure D could be the right answer also.

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    What makes you think its C? Will you please explain?

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    well d represents "the distance from the end of the path" so it's either C. which is the distance from the end of the path is less than< what ever the number would be. or D. the distance is greater than>what ever the number would be

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