# math

Gabe went to the amusement park with \$40 to spend. His ticket cost \$26.50. Write and solve an inequality to show how much he might spend on souvenirs and snack.

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1. 26.50 + x = 40

x = 40 - 26.50

x = 13.50

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Ms. Sue
2. Can I please ask how to do this math homework? Thank you so much!

Max went to the amusement park with \$50 to spend. His ticket cost \$26.50. How much did he spend on souvenirs and snacks? (A: Write the inequality, B: Solve the inequality)

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B: _______________________________________

Thank you so much!! I REALLY, REALLY NEED HELP ON THIS!!!!!!!

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3. What is 24+99-(g/5)x7?

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4. Leeza's aquarium holds 55 gallons of water. She is filling the tank and hads already put in 22 gallons.Write and solve an inequality to find out how many gallons she might put in the tank.

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5. Hi! I am going to answer this question but in Inequality.

x ≤ \$13.50

There you go!

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6. Oh the answer I put in is for...

Gabe went to the amusement park with \$40 to spend. His ticket cost \$26.50. Write and solve an inequality to show how much money, m, he could spend on souvenirs and snacks.

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