The maximum weight allowed on The Wildcat ride is 221 pounds. Your friend weighs 60 pounds. To be able to ride in a car together, how much can you weigh? Write and solve an inequality. Is this the correct answer?: x + 60 ¡Ü 221; at most 161 pounds? Please answer soon and Thanks!

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1. That sign was actually the less than or equal to sign.

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2. idk either im working on that question rn do you have a guess?

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3. Anyone know

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4. will anyone, ANYONE.... just tell me the 15 awnsors besides the writing box ones because OH MY GOD.

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5. exACTLY bruhhh

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6. Please don’t snap at me, but this site is meant for teachers to check your homework, not give out free answers. With all do respect, sir (ma’am), but it is kind of a low move to hop onto this site and expect people to give you answers. I am working on the test right now, in fact, and I needed to check an answer when I found this— the test is not that hard, unless all unit you have Beene on the jiskha site cheating answers than you might have a bit of a problem. Math is important in your future, you should practice it! :)

From a friendly friend—

Black Bird.

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7. Blackbird , I understand, but let's say something serious. People ask for ONE QUESTION, and then other people give full answers to all of the tests. Half of the time, they are wrong, and want to teach people a lesson to stop cheating, or just pranking people to believe those were right... so yeah, overall, what you say means nothing to them...

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