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INEQUALITIES

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The lunch lady records the number of sandwiches sold in the school cafeteria each day. If she sells more than 50 peanut butter sandwiches, she orders more peanut butter. If s represents the number of sandwiches sold, write an inequality for this scenario.

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s > 50

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Mrs. Stanfield must have a minimum of 10 fish in her fish tank (at all times) in the front of the Intermediate Building. If f represents the number of fish, write an inequality to represent this scenario.

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f ≥ 10

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In NYC, the elevator ride to the top of the empire state building can hold no more than 3500 pounds. If p represents the number of pounds, write an inequality to represent this scenario.

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p ≤ 3500

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The gym class’s average results for girls participating in the long jump is 8 feet and 4 inches. Sue could jump no farther than 4 inches more than the average distance for girls. If j represents the distance Sue could jump, write an inequality to represent how far Sue jumped.

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j ≤ 8ft 8inches

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