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MEDAL!! 12. Walter wants commuter software that costs $129. He has $57 saved. If he saves a maximum of $15 a week, the following inequality can be used to find how many weeks it will take Walter toe ave enough money to buy software. 15x+57_>129 what is the solution to the inequality? x>4.8 x<4.8 x>12.4 x<12.4

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    is that " greater than or equal to" in the equation? there is an underscore before the greater sign?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    $57(savings) + $15p.wk( x no.of weeks)> $129 (amt. needed) $15p.wk( x no.of weeks) > amt still needed ($129-$57) or $72 x no. weeks>Amt. still needed ($ 72)/ amt p.wk($15) x no. of weeks >4.8 check: $57 + $15(4.8) = $57 + $72 = $129

  3. jessiegonzales
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    i see i see

  4. jessiegonzales
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    so whats the next step

  5. jessiegonzales
    • one year ago
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    wait is the answer c

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