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Helen earned $400 in January, $450 in February, and $380 in March. To pay all of her bills, she must average at least $430 per month. For what income in April would her average for the four months be at least $430 *
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A.400+450+380+x ÷ 4 ≥ 430 ––> x≥490

B. 400+450+380+x÷4 > 430 ––> x>490

C.400+450+380+x÷4 ≤ 430 ––> x≤490

D.400+450+380+x÷4 < 430 ––> x<490

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