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Can I have help with this question? Write an inequality for the sentence. Then solve the inequality. Twelve less than a number is at most 7.
A. x  12 <_ 7; x <_ 5
B. x  12 <_ 7; x <_ 17
C. x  12 <_ 7; x <_ 9
D. x  12 <_ 7; x <_ 19
If anyone can help me with this I would be thankful!
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Twelve less than a number > x12
is at most 7 > must be less than or equal to 7 > ≤ 7posted by Reiny

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