10×<-3

10×<-3

A) 4w<3;-2,0,2.5 B) 3d>5d+10;-5,0,5

(countiniued) hinges if he only has 50.00 to spend whats the most he can spend on each hinge? Write an inequality sentence

i think n is supposed to be in between 0 and four but im not sure

What is the solution set

translate the sentence into an inequality

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When 2 is added to the difference between six times a number and 5, the result is greater than 13 added to 5 times the number. Find all such numbers.

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Jayden has scores of 9, 6, 10, 5, 6 and 8 on his first six FAN X99 quizzes. If he wants an average of at least 8 after his seventh quiz, what score must he make on his seventh quiz?

1/|×-4|<1/|×+7| Why is (4,+inf) not in answer and why isn't -(3/2) included

if the temperature was between -14 degrees F and -3 degrees F, write an inequality that represents the range of temperatures, t, during that day.

I need an inequality and a solution for this.

I just need some guidance on how to find the retail price by these two numbers, please.

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The difference between x and five is greater then or equal to one

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