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Analyzing One-Variable Inequalities in Context

Analyzing One-Variable Inequalities in Context 1.3 - Solution

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The lowest and highest temperature of a camel can be found by subtracting and adding the fluctuation to the normal body temperature We can now use the values of the normal temperature and the fluctuation to calculate the lowest and highest temperature. The range of actual body temperature of a camel is between and To write an inequality of this, the temperature  should be greater or equal to and less and equal to