Simon is having a pie eating contest. He wants to buy at least 3 times as many apple pieces as pumpkin pies. Pumkin pies are $3 each and the apple pies are $2 each. He wants to spend at most $36....

Simon is having a pie eating contest. He wants to buy at least 3 times as many apple pieces as pumpkin pies. Pumkin pies are $3 each and the apple pies are $2 each. He wants to spend at most $36....

Asking me for a number

q-2 / 3 <2 + 3q/4

We are learning about inequalities I know how to set it up but not solve

Write the word sentence as an inequality for me please. Thank you for your help.

your building a pen a book suggests between 200 and 585 square feet of space inclusive write 2 inequalities that could be used to describe the area restrictions in terms of the length and width of...

Which number is a solunion to x+32=5+4x

it is hars]d and i cant solve it

Solving inequalities Determine if 3/4 is a solution for x+1/3>2

I need to know the answer because my teacher will get mad if i don't.

Nadine can send or receive a message for $0.15 or get an unlimited number for $5.00. Write and solve an inequality to find out how many messages she can send and receive so the unlimited...

The perimeter of a rectangle is at least 50 centimeters. The length of the rectangle is one more than 3 times the width of the rectangle

Write and solve the inequality

Identify the independent variable, dependent variable, and write an equation for this problem

An open box is to be formed out of a rectangle piece of cardboard whose length is 12cm longer than its width. To form the box, a square of side 5 cm will be removed from each corner of the cardboard...

Use the inequality to express the statement in symbols. No more than 7 tutors (t) will be hired.

Use the variable x for the unknown number.

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I need to know what 1plus a number y is no more than -23

As a sales person you are paid $100 per week plus a commission of $5 per sale. How many sales do you need to make to earn at least $275 this week. What is the correct inequality?