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Solve this inequality: 3p - 16 < 20. A. p < 11/3 B. p < 1/3 C. p < 12 D. p < –12
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User: Solve this inequality: 3p - 16 < 20. A. p < 11/3 B. p < 1/3 C. p < 12 D. p < –12

Weegy: 3p - 16 < 20, 3p < 20 + 16, 3p < 36, p < 36/3, p < 12
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User: A binomial consists of _______ terms. A. 3 B. 4 C. 2 D. 1

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