algebra (inequalities)
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your club is in charge of making pins that students can buy to show their school spirit for the upcoming football game. you have made 225 pins so far, and you only have 120 minutes left to make the rest of the pins. you need to make at least 400 pins.
a. write an inequality that gives the possible numbers (p) of pins you have to make per minute in order to exceed your goal.
b what are the possible numbers of pins you have to make per minute in order to exceed your goal?

225 pins made, 400 pins needed
400  225 = 175 left to make
120 min to make 175 pins
a. 120p > 175
b. p > 1.46
to check,
120 min * 1.46 pins/min = 175.2 pins
I am not a tutor 
a. 120p> 175
b. p> 1.46 
i like pie that is the answer and the other people are wrong because i showed this to my teacher and she made me skip a grade
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