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1.4.4 Practice:Modeling: Solving Inequalities Algebra II Sem 1 Points Possible: 20 Name: Breena Welsh Date: 10/7/20 YOUR ASSIGNMENT: Difference of 10 Erik and Nita are playing a game with numbers. In the game, they each think of a random number from 0 to 20. If the difference between their two numbers is less than 10, then Erik wins. If the difference between their two numbers is greater than 10, then Nita wins. Use the information in the interactive and what you know about absolute value inequalities to better understand the game. Your Player 1. Choose your player, and record the number chosen by the other player. ( 2 points: 1 point for each answer)
a. Which player did you select?
b. What number did the other player pick?
2. Should you use an equation or an inequality to represent the ways your player can win? Why? ( 2 points: 1 point for an answer, 1 point for an explanation) 3. Imagine that Erik chose a 4 and Nita chose a 12. Would the winner be different if Nita chose

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