Mathematics
Grade10
Easy

Question

Write an inequality to represent the following:
Any number at least 5

  1. x > 5    
  2. x ≥ 5    
  3. x < 5    
  4. x ≤ 5    

Hint:

To form the inequality we will use grater than or equals to sign.

The correct answer is: x ≥ 5


    STEP BY STEP SOLUTION
    A number at least 5
    I.e the number can be greater than or equals to 5
    The inequality is x ≥ 5.

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