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Ok so there must be AT LEAST 325. In other words. greater than or equal to 325. The sum of the three weeks must be greater than or equal to 325. Can you try writing that out in equation form?
Yea ik atleast is a key word
yea i will let me see

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The total cans you collect is going to be the sum of all three weeks: \[ 135+89+c \]You need the total cans to be greater or equal to \(325\). Combining this we get: \[ 135+89+c\ge 325 \]
For \(b\), you need to solve for \(c\).
This can be done by subtracting from both sides of the inequality.
is this the inequality 135+89+c >=325 ??????????
is this the answer: c+224>=325
Wio already gave you the answer for the first part. Which is \[\large 135+89+c \geq 325\] The second part is just solving for c.
ok so is the answer for C =101?
Well yeah, but more accurately it would be \(c \geq 101\) :)
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:D omg latex i totally dont know how to do that lol
Right click -> Show Math As -> Tex Commands Then you can see the code to do it.
Just put that code between `\[` and `\]`.
lol Wio you gone have to teach me later because i just tried that an didnt get anything

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