Representing Inequalities 6.EE.B.8 Practice Question Grade 6 Mathematics - SkillBuilder + GMAS Rehearsal

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Bruce has 3 baseball bats. He has an unknown number of baseballs. Keith has 3 times the number of balls that Bruce has. When they use Bruce’s bats and Keith’s balls the number of combinations there are is at least 62. Which expression represents the number of combinations that could occur using Bruce's bats and Keith's balls?