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Which inequality best models the situation if variable d is the distance in kilometers? Matt wants to run more than 12.25 kilometers each weekend. Show the possible distances he may run. A. d < 12.25 and d may be a negative number. B. d <12.25 and d must be a positive number. C. d > 12.25 and d may be a negative number. D. d > 12.25 and d must be a positive number.

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    @dan815

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    can you help me @princess1990

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    i got A but not sure soo sorry

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