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the store manager is accepting applications for part time workers. he can hire 14 people. so far, he has hired 9 people. write an inequality to show how many more workers he can hire.

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  1. anonymous
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    So what do you know? You know that he can hire 14 people but no more right?

  2. anonymous
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    @JuliaShepherd ?

  3. anonymous
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    yes, and he has hired 9 already

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    @nmcclure17

  5. anonymous
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    so if he has already hired 9 people and only can hire 14 people, how many more people can he hire?

  6. anonymous
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    @JuliaShepherd ?

  7. anonymous
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    he can hire 5 more. but how do you make it an inequality?

  8. anonymous
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    so if at the most he can hire is fourteen what do you think the symbol would be? He can hire fourteen but no more.|dw:1442975547000:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    which number?

  10. anonymous
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    can you tell me? I think a

  11. anonymous
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    No, it would be less then or equal to 4 It would be that because he cant have more than 14 but he can have 14 or less

  12. anonymous
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    so the inequality would be |dw:1442975911838:dw|

  13. anonymous
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    can you solve that?

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    @JuliaShepherd

  15. anonymous
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    he can hire NO MORE than 14. does that effect the problem?

  16. anonymous
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    yes because no more than is really just a way of expressing |dw:1442976109711:dw|

  17. anonymous
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    so do you know how to solve the inequality i sjhowed you up there?

  18. anonymous
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    so is the inequality the same as the one you drew above?

  19. anonymous
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    *showed

  20. anonymous
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    no you have to solve the inequality i showed above to find your answer

  21. anonymous
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    its part of the anser but not the whole thing

  22. anonymous
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    so th e answer would be |dw:1442976312711:dw|

  23. anonymous
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    i go to go. Hope that helped! :)

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