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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} It is given that the world's tallest tree is $380$ feet. This means that the height of any other tree is to shorter than this. Thus, $l$ should be **less than** $380$ ft.
$l<380ft $
Let's convert $380$ feet to inches since $l$ is measured in that unit. We should multiply $380$ with $12$ since $1$ foot is $12$ inches. $380⋅12=4560 $
Therefore, $l$ can be described with the following inequality.
$l<4560$