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anonymous
 one year ago
Owen runs a pet store that sells rabbits. He wants to ensure he has more than 1 pound of dry food for every four rabbits he has in the store, and he currently has 5.7 pounds of dry food. Write and solve an inequality for the scenario. How many rabbits can Owen have in the store?
Owen can have a minimum of 22 rabbits in the store.
Owen can have a maximum of 22 rabbits in the store.
Owen can have a maximum of 23 rabbits in the store.
Owen can have a minimum of 23 rabbits in the store.
anonymous
 one year ago
Owen runs a pet store that sells rabbits. He wants to ensure he has more than 1 pound of dry food for every four rabbits he has in the store, and he currently has 5.7 pounds of dry food. Write and solve an inequality for the scenario. How many rabbits can Owen have in the store? Owen can have a minimum of 22 rabbits in the store. Owen can have a maximum of 22 rabbits in the store. Owen can have a maximum of 23 rabbits in the store. Owen can have a minimum of 23 rabbits in the store.

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