# Manuel has $600 in a savings account at the beginning of the summer. he wants to have at least $300 in the account at the end of the summer. he withdraws $28 each week for food. which inequality represents w, the number of weeks manuel can withdraw money while not dropping below a $300 balance? 28-600w < 300 28-600w > 300 600-28w < 300 600-28w > 300

300

step-by-step explanation:

28-600w < 300

28-600w > 300

600-28w < 300

600-28w > 300

28w < 600 --300

Step-by-step explanation:

Manuel has $600, and his goal is to keep at least $300 in the account, so he will be able to spend up to the difference ($300) by withdrawing $28 each week. How many weeks can he withdraw (w) ? It can be equal to or less than $300. This is represented in the following inequality:

$28w < $600 -- $300

600-28·W>300

Step-by-step explanation:

This is because You start with $600 and then you loose $28 per week(W) so ir order to have more money than $300 it should be higher than $300 so=

600-28·W>300

Step-by-step explanation:

Manuel has $600 in a savings account at the beginning of the summer.

He withdraws $28 each week for food.

Let w be the no. of weeks

He withdraws for food in w weeks = $28w

Amount left in the account =

Since we are given that He wants to have at least $300 in the account at the end of the summer.

So, inequality becomes :

Hence An inequality represents w, the number of weeks Manuel can withdraw money while not dropping below a $300 balance is

Step-by-step explanation:

Manuel has $600 in a savings account at the beginning of the summer.

He withdraws $28 each week for food.

Let w be the no. of weeks

He withdraws for food in w weeks = $28w

Amount left in the account =

Since we are given that He wants to have at least $300 in the account at the end of the summer.

So, inequality becomes :

Hence An inequality represents w, the number of weeks Manuel can withdraw money while not dropping below a $300 balance is