# Math

You have \$60.00 in your wallet and want to buy some new CDs. If the CDs are \$11.00 each, what number of CDs, x, can you buy? Write and solve an inequality. Then explain your answer.
60/11=5.45
X=5
You can buy 5 CDs with \$60.00 at \$11.00 each.

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Ms. Sue
2. How would I write that out, im really confused.

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3. Maybe X<5

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4. Let c = number of CDs.

11c < 60

c < 60/11

c < 5.45

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Ms. Sue
5. So you can by 5.45 CDs or do i just round it to 5 CDs?

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6. I don't think you want a half a CD.

Yes. You can buy 5 CDs

That's what the equality states. The number of CDs is less than 5.45

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Ms. Sue
7. Thank You Ms. Sue.

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8. You're welcome, Gwen.

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Ms. Sue

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