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in order to be able to ride a roller coaster you must be 48 inches tall .which inequality represents this situation?

could it be h<48 cuz that's one of the answer choices

In order to ride the roller coaster, you must be 48" tall, so H=48.
If the question is you must be at least 48" tall, then H=> (equal to or greater than) 48" tall. 
h<48 is not correct, since since this says the height (h) is less than 48" (ie too short).
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