MATH SOLVE

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# PROBLEM SOLVING A ski shop sells skis with lengths ranging from 150 centimeters to 220 centimeters. The shop says the length of the skis should be about1.16 times a skier's height h (in centimeters). Identify a compound inequality that represents the heights (in centimeters) of skiers the shop does not provide skisfor. I really need help lol thx

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Answer:[tex]h > 189.66\ cm[/tex] or [tex]h< 129.31\ cm[/tex]Step-by-step explanation:Leth ----> a skier's height in centimeterswe know thatA ski shop sells skis with lengths ranging from 150 centimeters to 220 centimetersThe interval of the skis is -----> [150,220]The compound inequality that represents the heights (in centimeters) of skiers the shop does not provide skis is[tex]1.16h > 220\ cm[/tex] ----> inequality Aor [tex]1.16h< 150\ cm[/tex] ----> inequality BSolve inequality A[tex]1.16h > 220\ cm[/tex]Divide by 1.16 both sides[tex]h > 189.66\ cm[/tex]Solve inequality B[tex]1.16h< 150\ cm[/tex]Divide by 1.16 both sides[tex]h< 129.31\ cm[/tex]therefore[tex]h > 189.66\ cm[/tex] or [tex]h< 129.31\ cm[/tex]