MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# While training for a marathon, Sean runs at least 28 miles a week. He has already ran 6 miles this week. The inequality shown can be used to find m, the number of miles Sean still needs to run this week. m + 6 ≥ 28 Which inequality represents the solution set for this situation? A) m ≥ 22 B) m ≤ 22 C) m ≤ 34 D) m ≥ 34

Accepted Solution

A:

That would be B ) m >= 22

Explanation : Just l like a normal equation , we need to isolate the variable to get its value. We can do that by simply substracting 6 from both sides of the equation :

m + 6 >= 28

m + 6 - 6 >= 28 - 6

6 - 6 cancel out so we end up with

m >= 22

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Explanation : Just l like a normal equation , we need to isolate the variable to get its value. We can do that by simply substracting 6 from both sides of the equation :

m + 6 >= 28

m + 6 - 6 >= 28 - 6

6 - 6 cancel out so we end up with

m >= 22

I hope you understood my brief explanation. And please consider marking this awnser as Branliest if you think it deserves it. Thank you so :)