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In $18-23,$ write and solve an equation or an inequality to solve the problem.To prepare for a tennis match and have enough time for schoolwork, Priscilla can practice no more than 14 hours. If she practices the same length of time on Monday through Friday, and then spends 4 hours on Saturday, what is the most time she can practice on Wednesday?

At most 2 hours

Algebra

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THE INTEGERS

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Equations and Inequalities

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uh, right and solve an equation or inequality to solve the problem. To prepare for a tennis match and have enough time for school work, Priscilla can practice no more than 14 hours if you practice is the same length of time on Monday through Friday and then spends four hours on Saturday. What is the most time she can practice on Wednesday? So we know that this is actually a question about inequalities because it says that Priscilla can practice no more than 14 hours so we can set up our equation. And we know that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. All five of those days are gonna be the same. She's gonna practice the same round on each of those days. So we get five D D stands for days plus four, and we know that she works for hours on Saturday. SATs were getting that for From is going to have to be a less than or equal to 14 and we're getting less than or equal to it because it says that pursuing practice no more than 14 hours, so we will further we will further evaluate this. Yet five D is less than or equal to 10. Our last step is going to be to get rid of this coefficient. So we get D is less than or equal to 10 to 5. 04 to 2. 10 over five secret too. So we get that she can practice for at most two hours.

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