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anonymous
 3 years ago
Admission to a school carnival was $4. Each game cost $2. Eliza had a total of $20 to spend at the carnival. Which inequality represents all the possible numbers of games (g) Eliza could play while at the carnival?
A. 4 + 2g ≦ 20
B. 2 + 4g ≦ 20
C. 4 + 2g ≧ 20
D. 2 + 4g ≧ 20
Pick one out of the multiple choice
anonymous
 3 years ago
Admission to a school carnival was $4. Each game cost $2. Eliza had a total of $20 to spend at the carnival. Which inequality represents all the possible numbers of games (g) Eliza could play while at the carnival? A. 4 + 2g ≦ 20 B. 2 + 4g ≦ 20 C. 4 + 2g ≧ 20 D. 2 + 4g ≧ 20 Pick one out of the multiple choice

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0First of all, you can eliminate 2 of the equations just by looking at it. DO you know which ones?

ryan123345
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1we can definately eliminate B and D
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