I'm not sure if I'm doing this right For a. I got x>11/-2 or x<19/2 interval notation: (-infinity, infinity) For...

I'm not sure if I'm doing this right For a. I got x>11/-2 or x<19/2 interval notation: (-infinity, infinity) For...

One month Debra rented 2 movies and 5 video games for a total of $33 . The next month she rented 8 movies and 3 video games for a total of $30...

A family has two cars. The first car has a fuel efficiency of 25 miles per gallon of gas and the second has a fuel efficiency of 30 miles per gallon of gas. During one particular...

Marcus needs to ride his bike at least 80 miles this week if he already biked 25 this week how many mules should he bike each of his remaining days this week

Jacob is ordering custom T-shirts for his soccer team. Long-sleeved shirts cost $15 each and short-sleeved shirts cost $10 each. Jacob can spend at most $250 and he wants to order at least 20...

call a lot has started making a prototype cellphone. the screen measure four inches by five inches and will be surrounded by a border of uniform width. they wants each phone to have a total area (...

The cargo of the truck weighs no more than 2,200 pounds

can you graph 6<10?

I need to figure out how to solve this word problem as an inequality to find out which inequality is true. Answers: a. M <325 b. M <325 c. M >325 d. M >325 e. M <5 (325)

To solve an inequality, use the properties of inequality to isolate the variable with a coefficient of 1 on one side of the inequality symbol. Then graph the solution on a number line to model the...

-2<=x/5<-1

Mark wants to buy a set of six chairs he cannot spend more than $360. He has coupons good for $20 off each chair. how much can he spend on each chair?

show all work

would you divide the inequality by 6

if |x+1| ≤ 2, then a ≤ 2x-8 ≤ b.Find a and b

do it

What inequalities have a solution of x >2?

This is the problem -11 <_ with the line under the inequality under it X-9 -11<_x-9

Miguel is buying 10 blankets . If shipping each blanket costs $1.50 and he has $75 to spend, what is the greatest amount he CAN spend for each blanket?

"Solve each problem by writing an Inequality."