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Jason is driving from lick you to Datsun a distance of more than 200 miles after driving 60 miles Jason stop for gas how many more miles, X, does Jason have to drive to reach dodge city
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X≥140
Because he's driving a distance of MORE than 200 miles, and he's already drove 60,
20060=140
So x is greater than or equal to 140posted by Name

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