A gopher lives in an underground burrow. It starts at a certain point, p, underground and digs straight down to triple its distance under the surface. It then c
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A gopher lives in an underground burrow. It starts at a certain point, p, underground and digs straight down to triple its distance under
the surface. It then climbs straight down another 2 feet. Its final position is deeper than 8 feet under the surface.
What was the gopher's original position, p, relative to the surface?
Enter your answer in the box to complete the inequality
the surface. It then climbs straight down another 2 feet. Its final position is deeper than 8 feet under the surface.
What was the gopher's original position, p, relative to the surface?
Enter your answer in the box to complete the inequality
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