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In order to qualify for a role in a play, an actor must be taller than 64 inches but shorter than 68 inches. The inequality 64 < x < 68, where x represents height, can be used to represent the height range. Which is another way of writing the inequality? a. x > 64 and x < 68 b. x > 64 or x < 68 c. x < 64 and x < 68 d. x < 64 or x < 68

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  1. anonymous
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    I think it would be A. X, the height of the actor, has to get greater, or taller than 64 which represents inches. and X has to be less, or shorter than 68 inches.

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