# Math

Ms. Gallegos burns 236 calories riding her bike each hour. She wants to burn more than 590 calories riding her bike at the same rate.

Which inequality represents all possible values for t, the number of hours Ms. Gallegos must ride her bike to burn more than 590 calories?

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1. 590/236 < t

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2. Y’all didn’t help at all but thanks for trying I guess...🥲😓

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3. This didn't help but thanks for trying :) I'm trying to cheat on my ISAP Test

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4. im testing rn need answers

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5. Ms. Gallegos burns 236 calories riding her bike each hour. She wants to burn more than 590 calories riding her bike at the same rate.

Which inequality represents all possible values for t, the number of hours Ms. Gallegos must ride her bike to burn more than 590 calories? Help please

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6. youll did not help

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7. ITS A PEOPLE OS

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8. It is t <2.5

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9. the corect answer for it would be t>2.5

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10. <2.5

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11. thanks yall

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12. can u maybe show how you got the correct answer

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13. Thank you so much😋😄😄♥️❤️❤️

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14. yes

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