A high school coach wants to buy new athletic shorts for the 15 members of the basketball team. The coach must spend less than $200 on the shorts. Which inequal
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A high school coach wants to buy new athletic shorts for the 15 members of the basketball team. The coach must spend less than $200 on the shorts. Which inequality represents how many pairs of shorts, s, the coach can buy?
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1. User Answers Omaha47
you could spend no more then 13.33 on each player 
2. User Answers FelisFelis
Answer:
The required inequality is [tex]15s<200[/tex].
Stepbystep explanation:
Consider the provided information.
Let s be the cost of each short.
Shorts price for 15 members of the basketball team is 15s.
The budget is $200 and he have 15 members.
Now, use the less than sign as coach can spend less than $200.
Therefore, the inequality is [tex]15s<200[/tex]
It can be further solve to find the cost of each shorts:
[tex]15s<200[/tex]
[tex]s<\frac{200}{15}[/tex]
[tex]s<13.33[/tex]
The coach may spend up to $13.33 per pair of shorts.
Therefore, the required inequality is [tex]15s<200[/tex].