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use a number line. the maximum storege temperture on a particular medicine is 85with the dot on thee top

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  1. zepdrix
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    dot on the top!! lolol do you mean the "degree" symbol? :)

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    ya

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    lol

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    Let T be the appropriate temperature range for the medicine. We can write an inequality based on the information they gave us. \[\huge T \le 85^o\] The temperature can be anything UP TO AND INCLUDING 85 degrees. Now we can graph this inequality like so,|dw:1355967587521:dw|

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    |dw:1355967736784:dw|

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    |dw:1355967687068:dw| It might make sense to label a few other numbers on the number line, so we can understand which way it's going. My bad.

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    The pointed arrow is to show that that T can be any of those values.

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    oh cool and thank you so much

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