Scarlett and Madison are planning a party. CDs for the karaoke machine cost $5 each, and they will spend $3.50 per person on soft drinks and party food. They have a budget of $100, and they want to buy 2 new karaoke CDs. Write an inequality to determine the possible values of , the number of people that can go to the party.
Students in a grade 4 class were asked the distances in miles, , which they travel to get to school. All of the students traveled farther than a quarter of a mile, and no one traveled farther than 3 miles. Which of the following inequalities represents the range of distances traveled to school?
Emma has 6 cats as pets. One of her cats, Natalie, is pregnant. Write an inequality for the number of cats Emma will have if Natalie gives birth to fewer than 3 kittens.