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Kim is driving from A to B a distance of more than 250 miles. Stops for gas after 60 miles. Write inequality for how much more to reach B.

I NEED HELP! Homework due tomorrow. The question is: Michael is driving from Lakeview to Dodge City, a distance of more than 250 miles. After driving 60 miles, Micheal stops for gas. Write and solve an inequality to find how much farther Micheal has to drive to reach Dodge City. Please show work so I can understand!

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D>250
 
D-60 > 250-60 = 190
 
More than 190 miles to go