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Mathematics, 08.11.2019 10:31 kalebbenton15

1. write an inequality that represents the fact that you can’t exceed this spending limit.

2. what situation is modeled by the inequality?

3. you decide to purchase 30 toys. your first few customers each buy 3 toys, and you now have at least 14 toys. which inequality represents this situation?


1. write an inequality that represents the fact that you can’t exceed this spending limit.
1. write an inequality that represents the fact that you can’t exceed this spending limit.
1. write an inequality that represents the fact that you can’t exceed this spending limit.

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