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Write a sentence in words, not math, that has a 2 variable inequality in it. You can think of one thing that is less than another but a certain number of times and a constant. For example, I know that a Mercedes 52,000. A 2009 Dodge is 5,000. So 10D+2000=M. Or a Mercedes is 2000 more than ten times the price of a Dodge Caravan. Now to make it an inequality, just say 10D+2000<M. Can someone help me? I'm not understanding how he got 10D+2000=M.

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