9th Grade Math: Linear Inequalities Help

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9th Grade Math: Linear Inequalities

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9th Grade: Linear Inequalities Word Problems

Two people plan to share the driving
Two people plan to share the driving on a road trip. They do not want to drive any more than 9 hours but they want to travel at least 500 ...
A mixture weighing not more than 78 oz of food A
A mixture weighing not more than 78 oz of food A, and food B is to be made so that it contains at last 12 oz of nutrient per unit and the weight of 1 unit is 3 oz. in food B there is 4 oz. If there are x units of food A and y units of food B in the ...

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Ninth Grade: Linear Inequalities Practice Questions

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