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If 5 times a number is increased by 4, the result is at least 19. Find the least possible number that satisfies these conditions. |
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a) 5x + 4 is less than 19 | b) 5x + 4 is greater than or equal to 19 | c) 5x + 4 is greater than 19 | d) 5x + 4 is less than or equal to | |

5 more than twice a number is at most 15. Which inequality could be used to find the possible numbers? |
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a) 2x + 5 is less than or equal 15 | b) 2x + 5 is greater than or equal to 15 | c) 2x + 5 is less than 15 | d) 2x + 5 is greater than 15 | |

Three times a number increased by 8 is no more than the number decreased by 4. Which inequality could be used to find the possible numbers? |
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a) 3x + 8 is greater than or equal to x - 4 | b) 3x + 8 is greater than x - 4 | c) 3x + 8 is less than x - 4 | d) 3x + 8 is less than or equal to x - 4 | |

Two-thirds of a number plus 5 is greater than 12. Which inequality could be used to find all the possible numbers? |
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a) 2/3x + 5 is greater than 12 | b) 2/3x + 5 is greater than or equal to 12 | c) 2/3x + 5 is less than or equal to 12 | d) 2/3x + 5 is less than or equal to 12 | |

To rent skis it cost a one time fee of $18. To ski it costs $5 an hour. How long can you ski if you want to spend no more than $50? |
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a) 18 + 5x is less than 50 | b) 18 + 5x is greater than or equal to 50 | c) 18 + 5x is less than or equal to 50 | d) 18 + 5x is greater than 50 | |

You have $30 saved up and plan to save $5 a day. You want at least $50 in your account for christmas presents. Which inequality could be used to find out how many days you need to save. |
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a) 30 + 5x is greater than 50 | b) 30 + 5x is less than 50 | c) 30 + 5x is less than or equal to 50 | d) 30 + 5x is greater than or equal to 50 | |

You have $500 in your savings account and withdraw $20 a day. You want at least $200 for christmas presents. Which inequality could be used to find out how many days you can spend money. |
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a) 500 + 2x is less than or equal to 200 | b) 500 + 2x is less than 200 | c) 500 + 2x is greater than 200 | d) 500 + 2x is greater than or equal to 200 | |

Tonka weighs 150 lbs. He is loading a freight elevator with identical 72 pound boxes. The elevator can carry no more than 2000lb. Which inequality could be used to find out how many boxes he can load safely? |
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a) 150 + 72x is less than 2000 | b) 150 + 72x is less than or equal 2000 | c) 150 + 72x is greater than 2000 | d) 150 + 72x is greater than or equal to 2000 | |

Suppose your a salesperson for the Acme Dynamite Company. Each month you earn $600 plus one eighth of your sales. What amount must you sell this month to earn more than $3000? |
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a) 600 + 1/8x is greater than 3000 | b) 600 + 1/8x is less than 3000 | c) 600 + 1/8x is greater than or equal to 3000 | d) 600 + 1/8x is less than or equal to 3000 | |

The Micron Middle School Spring Carnival charges $4 for admission plus $0.75 for each ride ticket. How many ride tickets can you buy if you want to spend no more than $20? |
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a) 4 + 0.75x is less than 20 | b) 4 + 0.75x is less than or equal to 20 | c) 4 + 0.75x is greater than or equal to 20 | d) 4 + 0.75x is greater than 20 | |

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