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    Sat 1 math inequalities. Help!!!

    12. If a positive integer n is picked at random from the
    positive integers less than or equal to 10, what is the
    probability that 5 3 14 n + ≤ ?
    (A) 0
    (B) 1/10
    (C) 1/5
    (D) 3/10
    (E) 2/5

    The answer is C. need explanation. Thank you.
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    Re: Sat 1 math inequalities. Help!!!

    16. If 6 3 7 x and 0, x what is one possible
    value of x ? Can someone also solve this.

    Thank you, once again.
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    Re: Sat 1 math inequalities. Help!!!

    I'm afraid I have no idea at all what you mean! What do you mean by "5 3 14 n + ≤"? What do you mean by "6 3 7 x and 0, x"?
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