ANSWER GETS A BRAINLIEST Mrs. Morton has a special reward system for her class. When all her students behave well, she rewards them b

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ANSWER GETS A BRAINLIEST
Mrs. Morton has a special reward system for her class. When all her students behave well, she rewards them by putting 3 marbles into a marble jar. When the jar has 100 marbles or more, the class has a party. Right now, the jar contains 24 marbles.
Let r represent the number of additional times the class is rewarded. Write an inequality to determine how many more times the class needs to be rewarded in order to earn a party.

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    2021-09-06T04:00:49+00:00

    24 + 3r = 100

    Subtract 24 from both sides.

    24 – 24 + 3r = 100 – 24

    Divide

    3r = 76

    3r/3 = 76/3

    r = 25.3

    Rounded to 25.

    They would have to be rewarded 25 times in order to have a party.

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    2021-09-06T04:00:55+00:00

    When the students behave well the reward is = 3 marbles.

    Party is given when the jar has = 100 or more marbles means marbles must be greater than equal to 100

    Currently the jar has = 24 marbles

    so, the class behaved well \frac{24}{3}=8 times till now

    Let the number of additional times the class is rewarded be represented by = r

    So, Inequality becomes

    3r+24\geq100

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