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To win a trivia game you need atleast 60 points. Each question is worth 4 points. So far , you have earned 24 points.

Write and solve an inequality that represents the number of questions you need to answer correctly to win a game.

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  1. 60 - 24 = 36 points needed
    36/4 = 9 questions needed right
    so
    n >/= 9

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