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there are exactly 3 more years until the next election in thomasville. voters must be 18 years of age or older. suppose "x" is the current age of a person who can vote in the next election. a. which of these statements are true for this situation? say why?? a.x>18 b.x+318 c.x>1 b.sketch a number line showing all the possible values of "x" i really need help > . <

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is 16 the age now can vote in 3 years? , and x+318 ...a person older than 318 years ? :) are these 2 make sense?
:D thank you :D
np, enjoy :)

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can you make a number line for me so it really make sanse for me :D ty
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what do you think the minimum age now that can vote in 3 years?
hmmm i think it start with 18
they can vote at the age of 18...but in 3 years, so what is the age now that can vote in 3 years? not voting now. Can one person 14 year old now can vote in 3 years?
oww ok make sense now thank you again :D
np :)

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