The FCI message pack 1000 plan includes 1000 text messages per month for $10. Additional text messages are $0.10 each. If Jean uses this plan, what is the maximum number of text messages she can purchase...
The FCI message pack 1000 plan includes 1000 text messages per month for $10. Additional text messages are $0.10 each. If Jean uses this plan, what is the maximum number of text messages she can purchase...
You have 2 jobs, one pays 5 dollars per hour and other pays 6 dollars per hour. You can work no more than 20 hours each week but you need atleast 90 dollars per week. Write a system of inequalities...
The perimeter of a rectangle is 220 feet. Describe the possible lengths of a side if the area of the rectangle is not to exceed 1425 square feet.
Based on the size of the chicken, the actual number of Calories in the entree can vary by as many as 40 Calories from this amount.
Write a system of inequalities that represents the total hours rondel can work and the amount of money he wants to make in a week
They sold 3 times as many large pizzas as small pizzas. Their goal was to make $1,536. They made more than the goal. Large pizzas are $6. Small pizzas are $5. I also need one possible solution...
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Solve the inequality. Express the answer using interval notation.
solving an inequality
what inequality can I write to find the number of shirts he can buy,identify what your variable represents.
1.49x<12
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A reasonable cost for production of a CD by a popular recording artist is 100,000. Each copy of the CD costs $1.50 for the materials. Royalties to the composers, producers, and performers could be...
Please help us how to write this on equation
A 38m rope is used to form a rectangular area on a sports day. If the width of the rectangle has to be at least 2 m long, and the length has to be exactly 1 m longer than its width, find the maximum...
Problem Page Lashonda invested her savings in two investment funds. The amount she invested in Fund A was $2000 less than the amount she invested in Fund B. Fund A returned a 5% profit...
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Arnold went shopping at The Link with $80 to spend. He spent $12 on a belt and $20 for a shirt. Write an inequality to represent how much he can spend on pants, x.
Solved the following −3y<−14 −(-1)3y >−(-1)14 y > 14/3 14/3(-----------> cannot remember why I flip the < to > in the second step?