Question

Helena has saved $595 to put toward snowboarding equipment and lift tickets at the hill. Each lift ticket costs$35. If she wants to have more than $420 of her savings left to spend on equipment, which inequality represents the number of lift tickets she can buy? A. X<5 B. X<4 (there is a line _ underneath the >) C. X>7 D. X>7 (there is a line _ underneath the >) in progress 0 3 weeks 2021-08-23T23:31:04+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0 ## Answers ( ) 1. Answer: Step-by-step explanation: Given Rate of Lifting Ticket =$35 per ticket

Expected Amount = More than \$420

Required

Determine the number of tickets she can buy

If the cost of lifting 1 ticket is 35, then the cost of x tickets is 35x.

Her spendings is then calculated as:

Total = Savings – Cost of lifting tickets

From the question, we understand that she wants to have more than 420 left.

This is represented as:

Collect Like Terms

Divide through by -35