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Using the table of range of values for each weight class, how can you express the Light weight class as an absolute-value? The table says: Light Glass: 40-50 pounds Medium Glass: 50-60 pounds Large Glass: 60-73 pounds a. |w-45|≥5 b. |45-w|≥5 c. |w-50|≤5 d. |w-45|≤5

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    c.

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    thanx

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    thank you <3

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    where do u live?

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    Welcome

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    @NidaHussain NY :P

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