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The booster club raised $102 in their car wash. They want to buy $18 soccer balls for the soccer team. Write and solve an inequality to find out how many soccer balls they can buy.

  • Algebra -

    Let x = number of soccer balls.

    18x < 102

    x < 5.6667

  • Algebra -

    102*18=178

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