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I'm trying to see what the question; How many temperatures are at least 44 degrees, but don't know if it should be the same as 44 degrees, or i it should be less than or higher than 44 degrees.

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Ms. Sue
At least 44 degrees means that the temperatures are 44 degrees or higher.
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