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How do you write this as an algebraic inequality ?
"Three times a number decreased by seventeen is less than or equal to eight."

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    3n - 17 <= 8

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    Thanks so much ! What about One hundred twelve is less than the sum of twelve and the product of eight and a variable represented as n ?

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    12 + 8n > 112

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