# Math

1. The number of words (x) Tina can type per minute is at Least 50. write and graph and inequality. (I broke it down to these 2 choices because the A & D was incorrect)

B. x is less than or equal to 50

C. x is greater than or equal to 50 ~~~~

2. Gavin needs to at least read 150 pages of his book this week. he already read 82 pages. How many more pages (p) must Gavin read this week.

A. 82 + p is greater than or equal to 150; p is greater than or equal to 68 ~~~~

B. p + 82 is less than or equal to 150; p is less than or greater to 68

C. p - 72 is greater than or equal to 150; p is greater than or equal to 222

D. p - 82 is less than or equal to 150; p is less than or equal to 222

3. solve the inequality
x/-10 > 6

A. x > 60

C. x < -60

D. x < -4

4. Solve the inequality. Explain each step and identify the property used for each step (for questions 4 & 5)
2y - 2 <14

A. y > 6

B. y > 8

C. y < 8 ~~~~

D. y < 6

5. 25 > 1 - 3d

A. d < -8

B. d > 8

C. d < 8

D. d > -8 ~~~~

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1. 3 C
http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/inequality-solving.html

Check number 5.

The others are right.

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Ms. Sue
2. nvm I finished and got it all right also 3 was c

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3. ty miss sue

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4. You're welcome.

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Ms. Sue
5. #3
x/-10 > 6 , we are going to multiply by -10 so the inequality sign must reverse ...
x < -60, so ------ C

all others are correct

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6. The number of words w Tina can type per minute is at least 50. Write and graph an inequality to describe this situation.

x ≥ 50;

x > 50;

x ≤ 50;

x ≥ 50;

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1. C
2.C
3. A
4.C
5. C
6.C
7. D

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8. None Ya was right I got a 7/7 100%

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9. None Ya thank you so much for helping me to check my answers 7/7 100%

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10. yeah boiiiii

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11. Thank you, @None ya.

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12. None ya is 100% correct!

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13. ayyy none ya was right 7/7 ty.

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14. None ya is right

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15. none ya is right i got 7/7 right XD

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16. Thanks none ya they were right

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