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Translate: Eight less than a number is at least 9

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Translate: Eight less than a number is at least 9 n – 8 > 9

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Translate: Five more than a number is at most 44

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Translate: Five more than a number is at most 44 n + 5 < 44

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Translate: After depositing $30, Amy had more than $300 in her savings account.

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Translate: After depositing $30, Amy had more than $300 in her savings account. x + 30 > 300

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Translate: After withdrawing $40, Erin had less than $ 10 in her savings.

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Translate: After withdrawing $40, Erin had less than $ 10 in her savings. X – 40 < 10

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Word Problem: Dylan works for “Dog Scoopers.” He charges $20 for each yard he cleans. Write and solve an inequality that can be used to find out how many lawns he must clean in a week to earn at least $ 200.

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Word Problem: Dylan works for “Dog Scoopers.” He charges $20 for each yard he cleans. Write and solve an inequality that can be used to find out how many lawns he must clean in a week to earn at least $ 200. X= number of lawns cleaned 20x > X > 10 Dylan needs to clean at least 10 lawns.

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Word Problem: Peachey designs planners for $10 a planner. Write and solve an inequality for the number of planners she must design to earn at least $144.

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Word Problem: Peachey designs planners for $10 a planner. Write and solve an inequality for the number of planners she must design to earn at least $144. X = number of planners designed 10 x > X > 14.4 Peachey must design at least 15 planners.

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Solve and Graph: -15 > t – 4

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Solve and Graph: -15 > t – > t t<

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Solve and Graph: 8p < - 40

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Solve and Graph: 8p < p <

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Solve and Graph: x + 8 > 4x

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Solve and Graph: x + 8 > 4x - x 8 > 4 x > x X <

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Solve and Graph: - 4z + 10 < z

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Solve and Graph: -4z + 10 < z + 4z 10 < z < 5z < z Z >

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Solve and Graph: 4(2 – x) > 18

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Solve and Graph: 4(2 – x) > 18 8 – 4x > x > x <

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Solve and Graph: c > 8

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Solve and Graph: c > (2) c 2 > 3 ( 2) c >

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