Cara is making a beaded necklace for a gift. She wants to spend between $20 and $30 on the necklace. The bead store charges $2.50 for large beads and $1.25 for small beads. If she buys 3 large beads,...

Cara is making a beaded necklace for a gift. She wants to spend between $20 and $30 on the necklace. The bead store charges $2.50 for large beads and $1.25 for small beads. If she buys 3 large beads,...

Rachael and her partner are in their patrol car monitoring the freeway. They usually determine cars to be traveling between 60 and 70 mph to be at reasonable speeds. If a construction zone drops the...

Iota charges $8.00 per hour and $5.00 material fee to build a fence. If she earns between $29.00 and $52.00,how many hours does she work? Express your answer as a compound inequality

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1. –1 ≤ x – 3 ≤ 5 2.–2x – 5 < –2 or x – 3 < –10

Express your answer using inequality signs, and then write your answer using interval notation. (If the solution set is empty, enter EMPTY or ∅.) 4x − 7 < −11 or 5x + 1 ≥ 6

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Solve the inequality 3≤x+4<9

your test scores are 81 and 89. WHat possible scores can you earn on your next test to have a test average between 85 and 90, inclusive?

Solve the compound inequality. Write the solution set using interval notation and graph the solution set on a number line: -4<2(x-3)≤4.

I would like to know how to solve compound inequalities and graph them

How to solve these inequalities: 1) 15/x ≤ 3 2) 12/3x > 4 Please give me the CASES, step by step SOLUTION, and the GRAPH...

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Write a compound inequality that represents each phrase. Graph the solutions. 1)All real numbers that are between -5 and 7.

Solve and graph the compound inequality. -4 < 4x-16 <2 8

5p-10<5-3c<7c

Solve the compound inequality. Type your answer in interval notation. Simplify your answer. -5≤-3x+3/2≤3

If you have an absolute value question how do you know if it is an "and" or an "or" problem.

A family is comparing different car seats. One car seat is designed for a child up to and including 30 lb. Another car seat is designed for a child between 15 lb and 40 lb. A third seat is designed...

Will you always have two solutions to an absolute value problem?