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36) HOMEWORK HELP For See Exercises Examples 10, 11 1 12–15 2 16–26 3 27–32 4 Solve each inequality. Then graph the solution set on a number line. 1. 5 2. 11 - c ≤ 8 3. 5 ≥ 3x 4. 6p < -9 5. 2w + 19 < 5 6. 4y + 7 > 31 n-4 7. n ≤ _ 5 3z + 6 8. _ < z 11 9. SCHOOL The final grade for a class is calculated by taking 75% of the average test score and adding 25% of the score on the final exam. If all scores are out of 100 and a student has a 76 test average, what score does the student need on the final exam to have a final grade of at least 80?

6p - q) WORK For Exercises 44 and 45, use the information below and in the graph. Andrea works in a restaurant and is paid every two weeks. 44. 50 an hour, illustrate the Distributive Property by writing two expressions representing Andrea’s pay last week. 45. Find the mean or average number of hours Andrea worked each day, to the nearest tenth of an hour. Then use this average to predict her pay for a two-week pay period. 0 0 T W T F S Days of the week S NUMBER THEORY For Exercises 46–49, use the properties of real numbers to answer each question.

THINK AND DISCUSS 1. Clear the Y= list. Enter 11x + 3 ≥ 2x - 6 as Y1. Put your calculator in DOT mode. Then, graph in the standard viewing window. Describe the graph. 2. Using the TRACE function, investigate the graph. What values of x are on the graph? What values of y are on the graph? 3. Based on your investigation, what inequality is graphed? 4. Solve 11x + 3 ≥ 2x - 6 algebraically. How does your solution compare to the inequality you wrote in Exercise 3? 36 Chapter 1 Equations and Inequalities Examples 1–3 (pp.