Regular- 2/3 times 24/1 gets you 16 people
Decaf- 1/8 times 24/1 gets you 3 people
16+3 is 19
Step-by-step explanation: We first need to solve the inequality.
First subtract 10 from both sides to get -x < -8.
Now divide both sides by -1, but watch out.
If you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality by
a negative number, you must switch the direction of the inequality sign.
So we have x > 8.
Start with an open dot at 8 and draw and arrow to the right.
We use an option dot since x is greater than but not equal to 8.
So option D is your answer.
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Answer: N = 143
This one took some trial and error! At first I listed all 2 digit primes, looked at the list, but didn't know how to proceed. So, I took the smallest 2 digit primes numbers: 11 and 13 and wondered if their product, 13*11 = 143, could be represented as the sum of 3 consecutive primes. I went back to my list of primes, added groups of three consecutive numbers that seemed to be in the right range to give the desired sum, and stumbled on 43, 47, and 53!
43 + 47 + 53 = 143 !
Therefore N = 143. It's the sum of 43, 47, and 53 as well as the product of 11 and 13.
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