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tRANSLATE TO AN INEQUALITY. uSE THE VARIABLE X. tHE PRICE OF A BASEBALL GLOVE IS AT MOST \$36.49. tHE ASNWER IS ? ? \$ ?.
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The price of a baseball glove is represented by the variable x
the statement 'is at most' is represented by the symbol ≤ and then the price is \$36.49
x ≤ \$36.49

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