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  1. Ashsmashum1290
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    .@hhelpplzzzz

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    @freckles @Mehek14 @Thesmarterone

  4. skullpatrol
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    Any ideas?

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    no I suck at these :(

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    @skullpatrol

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    How do you read the symbol ">"?

  8. Ashsmashum1290
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    What? I read it like that >

  9. skullpatrol
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    In words please.

  10. skullpatrol
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    "=" is read as the words "is equal to" right? So how is ">" read in words?

  11. Ashsmashum1290
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    I have no idea

  12. skullpatrol
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    In math you need to learn how to translate words into symbols... ">" is read as " is greater than" And the symbol is called an inequality symbol.

  13. skullpatrol
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    So the temperature stayed above -15 can be translated as The temp stayed greater than -15

  14. skullpatrol
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    Let T = temperature

  15. Ashsmashum1290
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    okay don't worry I got the answer thanks

  16. skullpatrol
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    What did you get?

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