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A high school coach wants to buy new shirts for the 25 members of the track team. The coach must spend less than $300 on the shirts and needs to figure out how much he can spend per shirt, s. Which of the following must be true about the inequality and the resulting graph? Check all that apply. The inequality should be written as 25s<300 The inequality should be written as 25s>300 The circle is open. The circle is closed. The arrow points left. The arrow points right.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Y.R.N.

  2. anonymous
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    ok so lets think logically first it says less than so it should be <

  3. anonymous
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    25s<300

  4. anonymous
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    it say choose all that apply doe

  5. anonymous
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    hold on

  6. anonymous
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    Closed circles are for less than or equal to and greater than or equal to because the point the circle lies on is included.

  7. anonymous
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    so select 25s<300 arrow left and circle open

  8. anonymous
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    ight

  9. anonymous
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    Let's solve your inequality step-by-step. 25s<300 Step 1: Divide both sides by 25. 25s25<30025 s<12 Answer: s<12

  10. anonymous
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    there you go

  11. anonymous
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    @aloud thats not what it was asking

  12. anonymous
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    it was asking to set up the inequality not answer it

  13. anonymous
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    "Which of the following must be true about the inequality and the resulting graph? Check all that apply"

  14. anonymous
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    well the circle is open because ther isnt a line under the >

  15. anonymous
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    i covered all that your late

  16. anonymous
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    lmao chill

  17. anonymous
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    lol srry

  18. anonymous
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    yours were right @Y.R.N. thanks

  19. anonymous
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    no problem

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