anonymous
  • anonymous
Cirrus clouds form at a height of more than 6,000 meters above Earth. Which inequality represents h, the height, in meters, of cirrus clouds? A. 6,000 > h B. 6,000 ≤ h C. 6,000 < h D. 6,000 ≥ h
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What's the equation for "height greater than 6,000m"?
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk
anonymous
  • anonymous
its from a test

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Then it seems that you have missed notes from your class. We can represent greater than or less than by using '<' and '>' The pointed side of the bracket always points to the smaller side and the opening faces the bigger side. Think of it as an alligator who wants to eat the bigger stuff because he's hungry. Or whatever floats your boat! If we say that a certain width is greater than 10, then that means that w > 10. The opening of the bracket is facing the bigger side, because we already said that the w is bigger than 10. So if we say that a height is greater than 6,000, then that means that h...?

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