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It really breaks my heart being ignored like this.
What about, "Julia scored 63 points"
it'd be k>63 (but with a line, right)
You mean she scored AT LEAST 63 pts?
In that case yes
If not, then no
-5.3 > 6.7 + 4.3 + q (there is a line under the less than)
solve for q?
if so, then just subtract 6.7 and subtract 4.3 from both sides. The right side will cancel out but you will have to so the subtraction on the left side.
a.-15.3>q b. 16.3>q c. 15.3>q d. -16.3>q There is a line below 'em all. :0
I THINK c...
Really? Thank you. :) Okay, there's one more. an I am just CLUELESS on this question.
Wait... -16.4 isn't one of the options...
I meant -16.3 not -16.4
Your class hopes to collect at least 450 cans of food for the annual food drive. There were 113 cans donated the first week and 137 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? Write your answer as a sentence and show your work. a. 132+146+c>325; c<603 b. 132+146 + c > 325; c>47 c. 132+146+325 > c; c > 603 d. 132+146+c>325; c>47 There is an underline under all the ">s" except for d. :) I think the answer is C, correct?
Sorry for the delay. You have some mismatching of numbers going on. Can you recheck the problem?
I'm getting it. :0
Until you do that I can't give you the answer but I can tell you how too get there. Here is an example. If you need 450 cans by the third week and the first week you have 132 donated and another 146 donated the second week..how many cans (c) do you need to reach your goal of 450. You inequality would be \[450 \le C+132+146\] Solve for C: \[450-132-146 \le C\] \[172 \le C\] <---answer In words you need at least 172 cans by the third week to reach your goal of 450 cans
Do you think you can apply what I just told you to the same problem? Which one do you think it is?
Until I do what, exactly? I showed you the picture.
Yes, it is B
Sorry, yes B is the answer
Oh damn it, I failed the test by one question. :(