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RealityWillSlapYou

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I need to describe a real life scenario where inequalities are used and state the inequality, but I don't know how!

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  1. mathstudent55
    • one year ago
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    The speed limit is 75 mph. Describe this as an inequality using s for speed. s <= 75

  2. RealityWillSlapYou
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    So it would be s is less then or equal to 75mph

  3. mathstudent55
    • one year ago
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    s is less than or equal to 75 means that s, the speed, can be any number up to and including 75, but not more than 75. The less than or equal to sign is used because 75 is included.

  4. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Okay, thank you soo much dude!

  5. mathstudent55
    • one year ago
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    wlcm

  6. RealityWillSlapYou
    • one year ago
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    Wait you are a dude right? If not sorry and thank you girl!

  7. RealityWillSlapYou
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    :D

  8. mathstudent55
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    A car's weight capacity is 500 lb (including passengers and cargo). Call c the weight capacity. c <= 500

  9. itsmylife
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    if theres a girl who is shorter than you in height say 3feet 4 inches and thers a girl who is taller than you say 6 feet 3 inches and you dont know your height then you can say that shorter < your height < taller's height lol ;)

  10. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Hahahaha!! that's funny :D

  11. itsmylife
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    lol its real

  12. RealityWillSlapYou
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    I taotally going to use that one!

  13. RealityWillSlapYou
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    *totally

  14. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Thank you to the both of you!

  15. itsmylife
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    your welcome ;)

  16. RealityWillSlapYou
    • one year ago
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    Oh cool I got a medal from you! Thank you :D

  17. itsmylife
    • one year ago
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    ;)

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