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Analyzing One-Variable Inequalities in Context

We are told that Belinda has to spend. In an inequality, we would represent this by saying that the amount she can spend is less than or equal to Without any extra topping, the cost of a sundae is We can now rewrite the left-hand side of the inequality. If we let represent the number of extra toppings, the product of and the price per topping, describes the cost of the extra toppings. Let's specify our inequality. By solving the inequality for we can find how many toppings Belinda can get.
The greatest number of toppings Belinda can buy is Since Belinda can't buy a fraction of a topping, we have to round this integer down to the nearest whole number,