Math help? Please, I am having a VERY hard time w/ this:
In a certain town the temperature, x in degrees Celsius on a certain day is described by two statements:
1.If 3 times the temperature is increased by 2, the temperature is still less than 14°C.
2. Twice the temperature minus 7 is greater than 11°C.
The average temperature in another town is 3°C but the actual temperature is within 4°C of the average. Write and solve an inequality to find the range of temperature in this town. *This needs to be done w/ Absolute Value equations!*
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we call the temperature \(x\) because that is the variable you are told to use, then
If 3 times the temperature is increased by 2, the temperature is still less than 14°C.
translates as \(3x+2<14\)
how would you translate
Twice the temperature minus 7 is greater than 11°C.