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Isadora bought 4 trees to plant in her backyard and spent no less than eighty-four dollars altogether. How many dollars could each tree have cost? Let t represent how many dollars each tree cost. t is greater than eighty t is greater than or equal to eighty t is greater than twenty-one t is greater than or equal to twenty-one

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4 divide 4 is 1
8 divided by 4?
\[4t \ge 84\]

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t is greater than or equal to eighty
the question is: how much could EACH tree cost? meaning you will have to divide 4t by 4 and also 84 by 4 this gives you: \[\frac{ 4t }{ 4 } \ge \frac{ 84 }{ 4 }\]
84 divided by 4 = 21
how about 4t/4?
4/4 is 1 but you have t
t = 21
t > 21
NOT EQUAL. we are using inequality greater than or equal to, because in the original problem it says: spent no less than 84 dollars...
\[t \ge 21\]

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