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Given that the camel gets no water, its body temperature can be **greater than** $104_{∘}F.$ We can write this as an inequality.
$Camel’s Body Temperature>104_{∘}F $
If we let $t$ represent the body temperature of a camel in degrees Fahrenheit, we can form our final inequality.
$t>104_{∘}F $

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$59 C+32>104$

$t>40$