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Gungirl4ever1994

Solve the problem by writing an inequality. If the perimeter of a rectangular picture frame must be less than 180 in., and the width is 26 in., what must the height h of the frame be?

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  1. SNSDYoona
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    height?? u meant length?

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  2. SNSDYoona
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    64..?

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  3. Gungirl4ever1994
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    Idk this is the question I have to answer and I dont understand what to do.

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  4. monokerous
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    h+h+26+26<180

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  5. monokerous
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    solve for h.

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  6. monokerous
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    do you understand how i got h+h+26+26?

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  7. monokerous
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    it's the perimeter.

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  8. Gungirl4ever1994
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    ok I got that so then when I solve it is H<14?

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  9. Gungirl4ever1994
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    Sorry I do online classes and have to teach myself and I really need to pass so I can graduate.

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  10. monokerous
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    No. How did you get that number?

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  11. monokerous
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    Here, I'll show you.

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  12. monokerous
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    h+h+26+26<180 (Is somewhat the same as h+h+26+26=180)

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  13. monokerous
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    can you solve h+h+26+26=180?

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  14. Gungirl4ever1994
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    you can combine like terms cantt you?

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  15. monokerous
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    yes.

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  16. Gungirl4ever1994
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    so combine h and h and 26 and 26 so 2h+52=180

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  17. monokerous
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    yes. Do you know how to continue from there?

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  18. monokerous
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    just solve for h like you normally will.

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  19. Gungirl4ever1994
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    take and subtract 52 from 180

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  20. Gungirl4ever1994
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    then divide

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  21. monokerous
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    yes.

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  22. monokerous
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    what do you get?

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  23. Gungirl4ever1994
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    h<64

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  24. monokerous
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    yup!

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  25. Gungirl4ever1994
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    i got where I messed up now.

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  26. monokerous
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    good job!

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  27. Gungirl4ever1994
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    thank you so much wish you could stick around and help more

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  28. monokerous
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    :) no worries. We all make mistakes now and then.

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  29. monokerous
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    you're welcome! (I try whenever i can. ;)

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