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posted by Jane .
Which value below is a possible solution to the compound inequality
0<3x<30?
A. 5
B. 3.2
C. 45
D. 17
If you are substituting these number for x, then C and D do not apply; however, A and B both work. Is this how I should be doing it?

Unless you have a typo, I would agree that either A or B fits.
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