Algebra

Shanice has budgeted $175 for new clothes. She decides to buy a pair of shoes that cost $47 and then buys some $18 shirts.
Which inequality represents this situation where s
is the number of shirts she can buy?
18s−47≤175
18s+47≤175
18s−47≥175
18s+47≥175
I think it's c.

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  1. her cost for s shirts is 47 + 18s
    So, what do you think?

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    oobleck
  2. 18s + 47 =< 175.

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  3. Thx henry2.

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  4. You are welcome.

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