An airplane can hold no more than 416 passengers. The inequality p ≤ 416 represents the possible number of passengers p on the airplane, where p is a whole number. Write two solutions of the inequality, and tell what the solutions mean.
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@jigglypuff314 @AloneS @mayankdevnani @hhmorris98
You're given an inequality, p ≤ 416. What does p represent?
Choose two separate values fof p so that the inequality is satisfied.
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@mayankdevnani @jigglypuff314 @AloneS
I agree with mathstudent55 that it'd be much easier to solve this problem if you'd type the points in using mathematical notation, not words.
coordinate grid with plotted ordered pairs, point A at negative 5, 4 point B at 4, 7 point C at negative 2, 7 point D at negative 7, 1 point E at 4, negative 2 point F at 1, negative 6 point G at negative 3, negative 10 point H at negative 4, negative 4 point I at 9, 3 point J at 7, negative 4 and point K at 2, 3
Point A is (5,4); point B is (4,7), and so on Please finish doing this.
Once you're finished, test each point in both of the two given equations. if both equations are then true, you have a solution. Otherwise, you don't.
Or, alternatively, you could solve this system of linear equati9ons and then compare your ONE solution to the several answer choices.