Inequalities By. Tyson Cheung, Gavin CRown, and Frank Rodriguez

Does this look familiar?

The is the most simple we can go...

The main part of can inequality is trying to aim to have x (or whatever the variable is) on its own on the left of the inequality sign:

Let's try this example!

First add up all the fees, not including the per camper. Then subtract the added amount and subtract with the budget. This is because so we don't have to worry about it later on.

Then, divide the new budget with the per camper, so we can see how much people get can have.

The ending result is 77 campers!

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