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@saifoo.khan Would u mind checking something for me?

Mathematics
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Ok so i need help with an inequality thingy
i jus need an answer checked.
I am suppose to Describe a real life scenario where inequalities are used and state the inequality.

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Here is what i have 1 sec.
In fl to get your permit u have to be at least 15. So would the inequality be.. lemme draw it
|dw:1362536382003:dw| Is da right?
No. it can't be right. Your ineq says values can be less than 15 as well. But they CAN'T be less than 15.
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nope. So can you get a permit if you're 14?
No.
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So thats it?
your ineq says x is LESS than and equal to 15. Which is wrong.
U have to be 15 and older to get ur permit/ liscense.
YES! So x should be GREATER or equal to 15.
Yes^
  • phi
maybe it's easier to think concretely age ≥ 15 (rather than x)
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another example: cost for lunch ≤ dollars in pocket
Oh ok
so|dw:1362537319220:dw|
Thats wat it is?
So would it be da? ^^

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