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anonymous
 one year ago
Nala can spend no more than $150 per month on gasoline. She has already purchased $60 in gas this month. Which inequality can be used to find the maximum number of fillups she can purchase during the rest of the month, assuming each fillup costs $30?
30n + 60 > 150
30n + 60 < 150
60n + 30 < 150
60n + 30 > 150
anonymous
 one year ago
Nala can spend no more than $150 per month on gasoline. She has already purchased $60 in gas this month. Which inequality can be used to find the maximum number of fillups she can purchase during the rest of the month, assuming each fillup costs $30? 30n + 60 > 150 30n + 60 < 150 60n + 30 < 150 60n + 30 > 150

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.030n + 60 <= 150 (it should be less then or equal)...but since that is not there, I would go with the first one.

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Are you positive? Because this is a big quiz for me.
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