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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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  1. anonymous
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    Hi, can you take a screenshot of your question? I don't think it makes sense to me. thanks

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    i did

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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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    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.

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    i think c

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