• anonymous
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. (Help?!?!)
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  • mathmale
All you have to do is to select any two values of p, p>0 and p<416, and you'll then have your two solutions.
  • mathmale
When planes fly, they're not always completely full of passengers. So, p could be any integer less than 416, but greater than 0. Actually, even p=0 might be a solution (even tho' that'd mean that the plane were flyng empty except for crew!

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