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# HELP BIG TIME PLEASS

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9.) Suppose you had d dollars in your bank account. You spent \$13 but have at least \$44 left. How9.

much money did you have initially? Write and solve an inequality that represents this situation.

Write a compound inequality that represents each situation. Graph your solution.

10. On I25 between Denver and Colorado Springs the speed limit is 75mph, however, there are areas

where the minimum speed in the left lane is 50mph. Write and graph an inequality to represent the

legal speed that can be driven.

15. You have \$38 to spend at the music store. Each cassette tape costs \$7 and each CD costs \$10. Write

and graph a linear inequality that represents this situation. Let x represent the number of tapes and y

the number of CDs.

16. Max sells lemonade for \$2.50 per cup and candy for \$1.50 per bar. He earns \$489 selling lemonade

and candy.

a. Write a linear model that relates the number of cups of lemonade he sold to the number of bars of

candy he sold.

b. If Max sold 96 bars of candy, how many cups of lemonade did he sell?

17. Mike sold a third of his comic books and then bought 5 more. He now has 19.

a. Write an equation that models this situation.

Nov 17, 2015

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9) Suppose you had d dollars in your bank account. You spent \$13 but have at least \$44 left. How9.

much money did you have initially? Write and solve an inequality that represents this situation.

d -13 >= 44

so now you just have to add 13 to both sides.

Nov 18, 2015

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9. 57 - 13 is greater than or equal to 44

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Witch one is that one for

Nov 17, 2015
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Thank you But I still Don't Understand.

Nov 17, 2015
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9) Suppose you had d dollars in your bank account. You spent \$13 but have at least \$44 left. How9.

much money did you have initially? Write and solve an inequality that represents this situation.

d -13 >= 44

so now you just have to add 13 to both sides.

Melody Nov 18, 2015