- Writing, Graphing and Solving Inequalities
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**Step 1:**

Given w = 26 cm; Perimeter ≥ 192

Perimeter of the rectangle = 2(l + w);

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 2(*1* + 26) ≥ 192

**Step 1:**

Given per hour rate = $4; fixed amount = $10

Amount paid = 4h + 10 < 30

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is (4*h* + 10) < 30

**Step 1:**

Given eraser cost = $2; pencil cost = $0.35

Amount paid = 0.35p + 2 ≤ 9

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 0.35p + 2 ≤ 9

**Step 1:**

Given Savings/week = $10; extra income = $12

Amount saved = 10m + 12 ≥ 92

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 10*m* + 12 ≥ 92

**Step 1:**

Given Rent/hour = $40; fixed amount = $30;

Amount spent = 40h + 30 ≤ 190

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 40*h* + 30 ≤ 190

**Step 1:**

Given Lollipop/student = 1; lollipops left ≥ 7

Leftover lollipops = 42 − 1s ≥ 7

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 42 − 1s ≥ 7

**Step 1:**

Given Magazine cost = $6; book cost = z;

Amount spent = 4z + 6 < 26

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 4*z* + 6 < 26

**Step 1:**

Number of buses = 11; students in car = 10;

Total students = 11s + 10 > 340

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 11*s* + 10 > 340

**Step 1:**

Time Nathan walks his dog > 28 minutes

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is *t* > 28

**Step 1:**

Number of buses = 7; students in car = 25;

Total students = 7x + 25 ≤ 305

**Step 2:**

Inequality representing the above real-world situation is 7*x* + 25 ≤ 305

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