Suppose that you're running some errands for your boss, and she says, "I imagine you'll need to spendat least 30 bucks on cab fare.

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Suppose that you're running some errands for your boss, and she says, "I imagine you'll need to spendat least 30 bucks on cab fare. Don't spend more than 50, though. "Write an inequality that matches these conditions. Think about whether to use < or \((≤) 5.1+2.\lim≤30\)

 

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krolaniaN
Answered 2021-03-12 Author has 12799 answers
“At least” means “greater or equal to” and “no more than” means “less than or equal to”. If xx is the cab fare, then the inequality matching the given conditions is:
\(\displaystyle{30}≤{x}≤{50}\)
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