Out of $12, Sunny spends $5 while Jimmy spends less than $5.
[From the problem.]
Sunny has $7 left with him and Jimmy has more than $7.
[Money left = money initially had - money spent.]
So, the inequality for the money left with Jimmy is > 7.
[ is the money left with Jimmy.]
Correct Answer is : > 7
Q3Sheela had more than $87 in her savings account. She withdrew $59 from her savings account. Which of the following inequalities best suits the balance amount , in her savings account? A. ≤ 28 B. < 28 C. ≥ 28 D. > 28
John's school library has no more than 5000 books.
The inequality is ≤ 5000.
Correct Answer is : ≤ 5000
Q9Dr. Arthur wanted no less than 12 surgical lights in the surgery room. Which of the following inequalities best describes the situation when lights are represented by ? A. > 12 B. ≥ 12 C. ≤ 12 D. < 12
Q14Mr. and Mrs. Andrew expect at most 300 guests for their house-warming party. Which of the following inequalities best describes the sentence when the number of guests is represented by ? A. < 300 B. ≤ 300 C. ≥ 300 D. > 300