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Micah's doctor has put him on a diet of 900 calories per meal. This means he can consume no more than 900 calories at any meal. His options for lunch in the cafeteria are as follows: •Soups that have140 calories per serving •Mini Burgers that have 100 calories per serving Which inequality below can be used to find the possible combinations of servings of soup(s) and mini burgers(b) he can eat and stay within his goal of no more than 900 calories?

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    My name is Micah, lol. Yeah, it's 140s + 100b ≤ 900

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