A sign at the grocery store said Express

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A sign at the grocery store said: Express Checkout! 15 items or less Name

A sign at the grocery store said: Express Checkout! 15 items or less Name three possible solutions. Let x represent the number of items. What inequality could be written to define the number of items allowed in the express checkout?

A sign for midnight bowling said: Must be 18 years old to enter! Name

A sign for midnight bowling said: Must be 18 years old to enter! Name three possible solutions. Let x represent age. What inequality could be written to define the ages of people allowed at midnight bowling?

A sign at the gas station said: Free car wash with fill-up! (must purchase

A sign at the gas station said: Free car wash with fill-up! (must purchase 8 gallons or more of gasoline) Name three possible solutions. Let x represent gallons of gas. What inequality could be written to define the amount of gas needed to earn a free car wash?

A sign at the diner said: Children’s menu available for children under 10 years

A sign at the diner said: Children’s menu available for children under 10 years of age. Name three possible solutions. Let x represent the age of a child. What inequality could be written to define the ages that can order from the children’s menu?

A sign at the department store said: Senior Citizen discount on Wednesdays! (must be

A sign at the department store said: Senior Citizen discount on Wednesdays! (must be at least 65 years old) Name three possible solutions. Let x represent the age of an adult. What inequality could be written to define the ages that can receive the senior citizen discount?

A sign at the bakery said: Special discount on orders of more than 4

A sign at the bakery said: Special discount on orders of more than 4 dozen cookies Name three possible solutions. Let x represent the size of an order. What inequality could be written to define the sizes of orders that are eligible for a discount?