# Algebra

To play on the football team, a seventh grader must weigh no more than 110 pounds. Your neighbor is in seventh grade and weighs 94 pounds. Write and silve an inequality that represents how much weight your neighbor can gain and still meet the requirement.

1. 👍
2. 👎
3. 👁
1. 94 + x <= 110

1. 👍
2. 👎
2. Thanks Steve : 94 + x<=110
x <=16

1. 👍
2. 👎
3. 94+x<=110
X<=16
Also under the less than sign you want to put a underscore under the less than sign.

1. 👍
2. 👎

## Similar Questions

1. ### Further mathf

In a senior secondary school, 80 students play hockey or football. The number that play football is 5 more than twice the number that play hockey. If the 15 students play both games and every student in the school playsat least

2. ### Math

If the unit price for cantaloupe is \$0.65 per pound and Sally pays \$1.95 for a cantaloupe, how many pounds does her cantaloupe weigh? A. 2 pounds B. 3 pounds (I picked this) C. 4 pounds D. 5 pounds Please check my work.

3. ### English

Evaluate the following argument after reading the text. Girls and boys should be able to play on the same sports team. When boys and girls in our neighborhood play pick-up football, we treat each other as equals and form great

4. ### Math

In a senior secondary school,80 students play football or hockey.The number that play football is 5 more than twice the number that play hockey.If 15 students play both games and every student in the school plays at least one

1. ### Math

Jordan's football team gained 12 yards on their first play. On the second play, the team lost 8 yards. Which expression could be used to describe the total yards gained by Jordan's team?

2. ### math

There are 30 students in a students in a class. 20 of them play football, 16 play hockey and16 play volleyball.9 play all the three games, 15 play football and volleyball, 11 play football and hockey,while 10 play hockey and

3. ### Math

A sixth grader weighs 90 pounds, which is 120% of what he weighed in fourth grade. How much did he weigh in fourth grade? He weighed _____ pounds in fourth grade.

4. ### algebra

A math class has 3 girls and 7 boys in the seventh grade and 2 girls and 2 boys in the eighth grade. The teacher randomly selects a seventh grader and an eighth grader from the class for a competition. What is the probability that

A football team has a net yardage of -26 1/3 yards of a series of plays. The team needs to get yardage of 10 yards to get a first down. How many yards do they have to get on their next play to get a first down?

2. ### Maths

110 members of a sports club play atleast one of the games, football, basketball and volleyball. If 20 play football and basketball only, 15 play football and volleyball only, 26 play basketball and volleyball only, x play all the

3. ### Math

A football team gained 4 yards on their first play but lost 9 yards on the second play. Which of the following best represents the result of these two plays? Answer choices: 5, -5, 13, -13

4. ### Math

A football team lost nine yards during a play. The team had a combined gain or loss of 0 yards after the next play. What integer represents the yards gained or lost on the next play?