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hihihi9993
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Can someone clarify the following?

At least B as A: B≥A

At most B as A: B≤A

Or vice versa....?

I am getting confused so much! plz help!!! Thank you 7sagers!

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I could try to help but not sure which part of the curriculum this is from and it seems an unusual construction. Can you put a link to the lesson?

Bumping this to the top.

I actually thought about this, and I believe

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At least B as A: B≥A

At most B as A: B≤A

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are correct!

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@"vanessa fisher" ! There is no specific reference to this concept, but instead I just randomly started to wonder about it.

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Following is my thought process:

I have set "At least B as A" to be equivalent to "there are at least 3 more of B as A", which then should be translated to B+3≥A

And "At most B as A" to be equivalent to "there are at most 3 more of B as A", which then is translated to B+3≤A

Thanks for sharing!