How do you write a compound inequality to represent the scenario. You'll need to bring...

pablos28spainzd

pablos28spainzd

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2022-07-06

How do you write a compound inequality to represent the scenario. You'll need to bring at least $15 to the movies but you won't need more than $25. Let m represent the money brought to the movies?

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Jayvion Tyler

Jayvion Tyler

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2022-07-07Added 23 answers

Step 1
The information gives the minimum and the maximum amount of money which will be needed.
"At least $15" means that amount or more than that.
"At most or not more than $25" means that amount or less.
In both cases the given value is included.
If the amount of money is $m, we can write:
$ 15 $ m $ 24
This is the math way of saying "any amount from $15 and $25", these values are NOT included and we would write:
$ 15 < $ m < $ 24

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