Posted by **Marco** on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 1:43pm.

I have to choose a variable and write inequality

For less than or equal to I'm using these keys <|

Cuz I don't Jon how to show when I type

1. A van can hold a maximum of 8 passengers

I wrote V <| 8

V is less than or equal to 8

2. To apply for a job you need to type at least 80 words a minute

I wrote.

t <| 80

T is less than or equal to 80

Are these right?

- Algebra inequality -
**Steve**, Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 3:30pm
most folks use <= or >=, not <| or >|

#1 is correct,

#2 should be t >= 80 where t = typing speed

"at least" means "greater than or equal to". It's a minimum value.

"at most" gives a maximum value, as in #1 above.

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