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Analyzing One-Variable Inequalities in Context

Analyzing One-Variable Inequalities in Context 1.4 - Solution

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a

Given that the camel gets no water, its body temperature can be greater than We can write this as an inequality. If we let represent the body temperature of a camel in degrees Fahrenheit, we can form our final inequality.

b
It is given that the body temperature of a camel that had no water can be greater than We also know that degrees Fahrenheit can be calculated using the formula where represents a camel's body temperature in degrees Celsius. Thus, we should substitute with By solving the inequality for we can find the Camel's body temperature in degrees Celsius.
Solve for
By noon, the camel's body temperature can be greater than degrees Celsius.