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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

asked by marie
  1. X≥140
    Because he's driving a distance of MORE than 200 miles, and he's already drove 60,
    200-60=140
    So x is greater than or equal to 140

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  2. Thank you so much !!!!

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