benlindquist
  • benlindquist
The junior class has $350. The juniors want to raise at least $698 by having each member of the class pay dues. There are 116 juniors. Which of the following inequalities could be used to find how much each junior would need to pay in dues?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
$698 - $350 = $348 remaining $348/ 116 juniors = how many each need to pay.
mathmale
  • mathmale
"At least $698" implies that you have an inequality. How much $ does the class begin with? How many juniors are there? Choose a letter (such as d) to represent the amount of dues that each student would have to pay so that the junior class would accumulate at least $698.
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ thats a better explanation

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mathmale
  • mathmale
(Amount held at beginning) + (number of students) * d equal to or larger than $698. Thank you, Mr. Pizza-Bagels.
benlindquist
  • benlindquist
($350) + (116) x ≥ $698

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