Q: How do you solve a inequality word problem?

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The question contains an expression, not an equation nor inequality. An expression cannot have a solution.

If a word problem states "no more than", the corresponding inequality sign is less than or equal to (≤). For example, if x is no more than than 4, then: x ≤ 4.

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Can you provide me with an inequality problem that the value is the same?

There was no word problem, so it would be a null equation.

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You cannot "solve" 100 -x since it is neither an equation nor an inequality.

There can be no solution because there is just an expression - no equation nor inequality.

This is not an inequality. There is no <,>, or = sign.

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Solve the inequality and enter your solution as an inequality comparing the variable to the solution. -33+x<-33

There is no equation not inequality. So there is nothing to solve!

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The above is not an inequality as stated.

If a word problem states "no more than", the corresponding inequality sign is less than or equal to (≤). For example, if x is no more than than 4, then: x ≤ 4.