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anonymous
 one year ago
Aisha needs to be at least 48 inches tall to ride the colossal coaster at the amusement park. If she grows 5 inches during the next year, Aisha will still not be tall enough to ride. In the context of this situation, what does the inequality x<43 represent?
After next year, Aisha still needs to grow 43 more inches to ride.
Aisha is less than 43 inches tall right now.
Aisha needs to grow 43 more inches to ride.
Aisha is at least 43 inches tall now
anonymous
 one year ago
Aisha needs to be at least 48 inches tall to ride the colossal coaster at the amusement park. If she grows 5 inches during the next year, Aisha will still not be tall enough to ride. In the context of this situation, what does the inequality x<43 represent? After next year, Aisha still needs to grow 43 more inches to ride. Aisha is less than 43 inches tall right now. Aisha needs to grow 43 more inches to ride. Aisha is at least 43 inches tall now

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