# Inequalities (Math)

Sari has to read a book for English class by the end of the week. She wants to read at least 200 pages in the first 5 days of the week. On average, how many pages should Sari read per day to meet her goal? (1point)

I think it's p<40....

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1. Shouldn't p be greater than or equal to 40?

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Ms. Sue
2. Yeah Mrs Sue is right!

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3. Is it 35? Please dont judge im really bad at math

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