Step: 1

Out of $12, Sunny spends $5 while Jimmy spends less than $5.

[From the problem.]

Step: 2

Sunny has $7 left with him and Jimmy has more than $7.

[Money left = money initially had - money spent.]

Step: 3

So, the inequality for the money left with Jimmy is m > 7.

[m is the money left with Jimmy.]

Correct Answer is : m > 7

Step: 1

Sheela withdrew $59 from her savings account, which had more than
$87.

Step: 2

The balance amount in her savings bank account will be more than 87 - 59= $28.

Step: 3

The inequality for the balance amount m is m > 28.

Correct Answer is : m > 28

Step: 1

Let b be the bread packets delivered to the families living in Dugway.

Step: 2

Bread packets b , that Andy delivers to families living in Dugway are more than 66.

Step: 3

The inequality is b > 66.

Correct Answer is : b > 66

Step: 1

Jeff bought a Guess jeans that costs less than $50.

Step: 2

The inequality is p < 50.

Correct Answer is : p < 50

Step: 1

10.7 + x > 4.5

[Given inequality.]

Step: 2

10.7 + x - 10.7 > 4.5 - 10.7

[Subtract 10.7 from each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

The solution for the inequality is, all real numbers greater than - 6.2.

Step: 5

From the choices, the solution greater than - 6.2 is - 5.7.

Correct Answer is : - 5.7

Step: 1

- 3.7 + x < - 4.5

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

- 3.7 + x + 3.7 < - 4.5 + 3.7

[Add 3.7 to each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

The solution for the inequality is, all real numbers less than -0.8.

Step: 5

Among the choices, the solution for the inequality is -0.9 .

Correct Answer is : -0.9

Step: 1

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Subtract 3.5 from each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

The solution for the inequality is, all real numbers greater than or equal to 3.3.

Step: 5

From the choices, the solution for the inequality is 3.4.

Correct Answer is : 3.4

Step: 1

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Subtract 8.5 from each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

The solution for the inequality is, all real numbers less than or equal to -4.7.

Step: 5

From the choices, the solution for the inequality is -4.7.

Correct Answer is : -4.7

Step: 1

There were fewer than 10 students in an English class.

Step: 2

The number of students is represented by s .

Step: 3

The inequality is s < 10.

Correct Answer is : s < 10

Step: 1

Annie withdrew $68 from her savings account, which had less than
$106.

Step: 2

The balance amount in her savings bank account will be less than 106 - 68 = $38.

Step: 3

The inequality for the balance amount m is m < 38.

Correct Answer is : m < 38

Step: 1

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Add 7 to both sides.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

Any real number, which is less than or equal to 9, is a solution for the inequality.

Step: 5

From the choices, 10 is the number which is not a solution of the inequality.

[10 is greater than 9.]

Correct Answer is : 10

Step: 1

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Add 2 to each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

The solution for the inequality is, all real numbers greater than or equal to 51.

Step: 5

From the choice, 51 is the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : 51

Step: 1

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Subtract 3 from each side.]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Step: 4

All real numbers greater than or equal to 1.

Step: 5

From the choices, the number greater than or equal to 1 is 1.

Correct Answer is : 1

Step: 1

9x > 81

[Original inequality.]

Step: 2

[Divide by 9 on both sides, according to division property, if c > 0 and a > b then a c > b c .]

Step: 3

[Simplify.]

Correct Answer is : x > 9

Step: 1

The value of 1 5 the height = 1 5 H

Step: 2

6 times the value of 1 5 the height = 6(1 5 H)

Step: 3

M is less than 6 times the value of 1 5 the height can be written as M < 6(1 5 H)

Correct Answer is : M < 6 (1 5 H)

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