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Coach Willful believes that the best sixth-grade soccer players are 58 inches tall, and he will accept his ideal as players on his team.
why does the equation:|58-h|<4 express the height,h, of coach Willful's team players?

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    |58-h| tells how close a player's height is to 58".

    The equation says that players must be within 4" of 58" in height.

  • algebra -

    on his mathematics test, carlos has 20 correct out of 25 problems

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