fouzberzerk
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Eric reported that Joan won her first match in the chess tournament, but she won fewer than 8 matches altogether. Eric wrote the inequality m < 8 to represent the possible number of matches Joan won. Which numbers satisfy the inequality but make no sense in this situation? Choose all answers that are correct. A. –1 B. 4 C. 0 D. –7
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fouzberzerk
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@Vocaloid
fouzberzerk
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@nikato
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
I'm not sure what the answer would be on this one.

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fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
@leon549
nikato
  • nikato
i believe there are 3 correct answers. hint:can she win negative number of games? Also if she won her first tournament, is it possible to win 0 games?
anonymous
  • anonymous
joan won her first match so thee number is not negitive or zero so we have only one left and thats 4
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
@nikato So A. B. and D.?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yep
nikato
  • nikato
A and D are correct. but B is not
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
So just A and D?
nikato
  • nikato
and one more
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
A D and C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
go ahead
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
@nikato A D and C?
nikato
  • nikato
yes
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
Thanks
fouzberzerk
  • fouzberzerk
I have a few more questions.
nikato
  • nikato
sure

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