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An adult crocodile weighs up to 2200 lbs. If a young crocodile weighs 157 lbs, how many pounds might it be expected to gain in it's lifetime?
How do you write a word sentence that describes the inequality situation?

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    157+x<=2200

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    Thanks Jen!

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