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Which inequality represents this situation?
Ari works h hours each day. He earns $21 per hour. Ari earns less than $150 a day. How many hours does he work each day?

a. 21h > 150
b.21 + h < 150
c.h/21 < 150
d.21h < 150

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  1. A shows that he earns more than 150 a day

    B doesn't make sense

    C -- why would you divide?

    D is correct. 21 times the number of hours is less than 150.

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