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Writing and Graphing One-Variable Inequalities

Writing and Graphing One-Variable Inequalities 1.10 - Solution

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It is given that the world's tallest tree is feet. This means that the height of any other tree is to shorter than this. Thus, should be less than ft. Let's convert feet to inches since is measured in that unit. We should multiply with since foot is inches. Therefore, can be described with the following inequality.