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The inequality defines a relationship between s and e. The inequality can be represented by an area on a graph. 30s<285-5.5e, so the area under, but not on,  the straight line satisfies the inequality, and their are infinitely many solutions. In the picture the vertical axis is s and the horizontal axis is e. The shaded area is the inequality.

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