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Natalie works in a toy shop and earns $43 per day. She earns an extra $3 for each toy she sells. If Natalie wants to earn at least $70 per day, which inequality shows the minimum number of toys, n, that she should sell? 43 + 3n ≥ 70, so n ≥ 9 43 + 3n ≤ 70, so n ≤ 9 43 + 3n ≥ 70, so n ≥ 24 43 + 3n ≤ 70, so n ≤ 24

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    $3 for each toy -> n*3 $43 per day -> 43 at least -> ( )≥70

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    so whats the answer?

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    1st option

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    ok thanks and i have one more question

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    can i ask?

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