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Change their equation into an inequality. Choose the inequality (<, >, ≤,

≥) that makes sense for your classmate's problem. Explain what the inequality is modeling. Solve the inequality. Explain how the solution to the inequality is different than the solution to the equation in the context of their scenario. 

Starr goes to the salon twice a month to get her manicures and pedicures done. She pays $60 a month on both manicures, if she spends $150 a month total at the salon how much does she pay for one pedicure?


Let P= Price of Pedicure



-60         -60


2P/2    90/2



Starr pays $45 a month for one of her pedicures

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