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 2 years ago
The equation below represents the fact that your driving rate (the distance divided by the time in hours) must be less than or equal to 65 mph by law. If you drove for 2.5 hours, what is the maximum distance you can drive and still be within the law? Express your answer as an inequality with x as the variable. distance/time≤ 65
x≤ 128.5
x≤ 146.5
x≤ 162.5
please explain in kindergardner terms please
 2 years ago
The equation below represents the fact that your driving rate (the distance divided by the time in hours) must be less than or equal to 65 mph by law. If you drove for 2.5 hours, what is the maximum distance you can drive and still be within the law? Express your answer as an inequality with x as the variable. distance/time≤ 65 x≤ 128.5 x≤ 146.5 x≤ 162.5 please explain in kindergardner terms please

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latremese40
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1i think x 162.5 an y in kindergardner terms!
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