# algebra

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how would ou write an equation or inequality that could be used for analysis, prediction example gas prices?

can some one explain to me how to write this

I noticed you question before.
I think it is much too vague and open-ended for a proper reply in this kind of forum.

To give you an "equation" I will need data.

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