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## Grade 6 Inequalities CCSS: 6.EE.B.8

- [math]v<25,000[/math]
- [math]v>25,000[/math]
- [math]v<=25,000[/math]
- [math]v>=25,000[/math]

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Category: *Inequalities*

Level: *Grade 6*

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*6.EE.B.8*

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Author: *LBeth*

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For a spacecraft to be launched from Earth into orbit, it must move faster than 25,000 miles per hour. Which could be an inequality that represents [math]v[/math], the velocity in miles per hour, of a spacecraft launching into orbit?

- [math]v<25,000[/math]
- [math]v>25,000[/math]
- [math]v<=25,000[/math]
- [math]v>=25,000[/math]

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