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Posted by **Jane** on Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 10:16pm.

Admission to the fair costs $7.75. Each ride costs you $0.50. You have $15 to spend at the fair including admission. Which inequality represents the number of rides you can ride?

r ¡Ý 15 (r is more than or equal to 15)

r ¡Ü 14 (r is less than or equal to 14)

r < 14 (r is less than 14)

r > 14 (r is more than 14)

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**Reiny**, Friday, January 6, 2012 at 9:12amlook for your earlier post, answered there

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