anonymous
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Which inequality best models the situation if variable p is the length of a piece of wood in feet? The pieces of wood used in a building project must be less than feet long. Show the possible lengths. A. and may be a negative number. B. and must be a positive number. C. and must be a positive number. D. and may be a negative number.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi, can you take a screenshot of your question? I don't think it makes sense to me. thanks
anonymous
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i did
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which inequality best models the situation if variable p is the length of a piece of wood in feet? The pieces of wood used in a building project must be less than feet long. Show the possible lengths. A. and may be a negative number. B. and must be a positive number. C. and must be a positive number. D. and may be a negative number.
anonymous
  • anonymous
It seems incomplete though. What is the situation that your question is talking about and how would you know the length of the wood if there is not enough information? Also, I believe that the choices should have values in them.
anonymous
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http://lms.k12.com/lms/content/progress/course/progress.xhtml;jsessionid=8036F9AE9CDABCE0B930AF21BFDF0F61.node5?studentId=23202698604&selectedTab=COMPLETED&courseId=501535&subcourseId=&cid=progress
anonymous
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i think c

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