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Your class hopes to collect at least 325 cans of food for the annual food drive. There were 135 cans donated the first week and 89 more the second week.
a. Write an inequality that describes this situation. Let c represent the number of cans of food that must be collected by the end of the third week for your class to meet or surpass your goal.
b. How many cans are needed to meet or surpass your goal?
Your class hopes to collect at least 325 cans of food for the annual food drive. There were 135 cans donated the first week and 89 more the second week.
a. Write an inequality that describes this situation. Let c represent the number of cans of food that must be collected by the end of the third week for your class to meet or surpass your goal.
b. How many cans are needed to meet or surpass your goal?
@Mathematics
 2 years ago
 2 years ago
Josh17 Group Title
Your class hopes to collect at least 325 cans of food for the annual food drive. There were 135 cans donated the first week and 89 more the second week. a. Write an inequality that describes this situation. Let c represent the number of cans of food that must be collected by the end of the third week for your class to meet or surpass your goal. b. How many cans are needed to meet or surpass your goal? Your class hopes to collect at least 325 cans of food for the annual food drive. There were 135 cans donated the first week and 89 more the second week. a. Write an inequality that describes this situation. Let c represent the number of cans of food that must be collected by the end of the third week for your class to meet or surpass your goal. b. How many cans are needed to meet or surpass your goal? @Mathematics
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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lilg132 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.5
what you need to do first is work out how many cans we have already got so you add 135 cans with 89 cans and the answer is 224 cans so we have 224 cans in total what we need to establish is how many can more we need before we reach our target of 325 cans so we do this: 325  224 = 101 cans needed (thats question b answered) now to put this as a inequality you should write: \C[\ge\101]
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lilg132 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.5
oops it should be C\[\ge\]101 (thats the answer to question a)
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lilg132 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.5
dont forget to give me a medal :p
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Josh17 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
i didn't bro,thanks'
 2 years ago
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