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 2 years ago
Solve each inequality for questions 1–4.
1.
–6w < 84 (1 point)
w > 14
w < –14
w > –14
w < 14
2.
5m > 45 (1 point)
m > 9
m < 9
m > –9
m < –9
3.
n over 3 greater than or equal to 4 (1 point)
n ≤ 12
n ≥ –12
n ≤ –12
n ≤ 12
4.
k over 6 > 4 (1 point)
k > 24
k < 24
k < –24
k > –24
5.
Carlos needs to buy at least 7 pairs of socks. They come in packages of 3 pairs. What is the fewest number of packages he should buy? (1 point)
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 2 years ago
Solve each inequality for questions 1–4. 1. –6w < 84 (1 point) w > 14 w < –14 w > –14 w < 14 2. 5m > 45 (1 point) m > 9 m < 9 m > –9 m < –9 3. n over 3 greater than or equal to 4 (1 point) n ≤ 12 n ≥ –12 n ≤ –12 n ≤ 12 4. k over 6 > 4 (1 point) k > 24 k < 24 k < –24 k > –24 5. Carlos needs to buy at least 7 pairs of socks. They come in packages of 3 pairs. What is the fewest number of packages he should buy? (1 point) 1 2 3 4

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blast234
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.11. w > –14 2. m>9 3. n ≤ –12 4. k > 24 5. 1 packet = 3 pairs of socks 2 packets = 6 pairs of socks (carlos needs more) 3 packets = 9 pairs of socks (carlos will have 7 pairs of socks then + 2 extra pairs) so the answer to question 5 is 9 pairs. these were easy questions, hope you know how to do them
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