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John must have at least 289 test points to pass his math class. He already has test scores of 72, 78, and 70. Which inequality will tell him at least how many more points he needs to pass the class? A. 72 + 78 + 70 + x 289 B. 72 + 78 + 70 + x 289 Mark for review (Will be highlighted on the review page)
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John must have at least 289 test points to pass his math class. He already has test scores of 72, 78, and 70. 72 + 78 + 70 + x 289 will tell him at least how many more points he needs to pass the class.
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John must have at least 289 test points to pass his math class. He already has test scores of 72, 78, and 70. 72 + 78 + 70 + x 289 will tell him at least how many more points he needs to pass the class.
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