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= 14. 182. Write an Inequality. 0. x ˂ −5. Express as an Inequality At Least 205 People. x ≥ 205. Identify the Independent and Dependent Variable. Joe makes $7.00 per hour. Independent Variable – Number of Hours Dependent Variable – Total Money Made. 0. −3 ≤ x ≤ 2.

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= 14

182


Write an Inequality

0

x ˂ −5


Express as an Inequality

At Least 205 People

x ≥ 205


Identify the Independent and Dependent Variable

Joe makes $7.00 per hour

Independent Variable – Number of Hours

Dependent Variable – Total Money Made


0

−3 ≤ x ≤ 2


Express as an Inequality

Maximum of 65 Pounds

x ≤ 65



−83 = d + 47

d = −130


Express as an Inequality

The Temperature is below 32˚

x ˂ 32


x = −20

x = −50


Solve and Graph on a Number Line

x + 16 ˂ 31

x ˂ 15

14 15 16


Identify the Independent and Dependent Variable

A car gets 21 miles per Gallon.

Independent Variable – Number of Gallons

Dependent Variable – Total Miles


Use the graph to write an equation

105

90

75

60

45

30

15

0

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

y = 3x + 15


6.5x = 91

x = 14


0

x ≤ 1 or x ˃ 6


Write an Equation

John makes $35 per lawn he mows

y = 35x


Write an inequality for the following situation

Molly has $150 to spend. She spends $34 on a new shirt and $47 on a new pair of pants. Then she finds $10. How much can the new coat she wants cost?

x ≤ 79



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