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A children's birthday party at an indoor play center costs $50 to rent the space and $6.25 per child. Gina wants to spend no more than $100 on her son's fourth birthday party. Write an inequality for the number of children who can attend the birthday party, and solve the inequality. A) 50 + 6.25x ≤ 100; x ≤ 8 B) 50 + 6.25x ≥ 100; x ≥ 8 C) 50 + 6.25x < 100; x < 8 D) 50 + 6.25x > 100; x > 8
One pops out for me, any idea what inequity?
It's obvious we want 50+6.25x right
so we need to figure out what this means `Gina wants to spend no more than $100 `
So we can remove the ones with > correct?
No, > means she would pay more than 100, > this implies more than, < is less than, and with equal its greater than or equal to or less than and equal to
Right, that's the most important thing about this question knowing what the signs mean
Ok so from what it sounds like would she be paying less than 100, less than 100 or equal to as she does not mind paying the 100 or greater than 100
ok so either one of these two signs -> ≤ or ≥
Good job, but remember what > and < means
> - greater < - less
So which one is it?
\[\ge \] this would imply giana is willing to pay more than $100 if needed
But we want the opposite right?
yes so A
Sounds good! :)
Thank you so much for all of your help!!!
No worries, take care