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  1. anonymous
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    yay

  2. anonymous
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    so which grade are you in jones?

  3. anonymous
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    i dunno why this happens always...it gets posted more than once!!! lol

  4. anonymous
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    \[y>x+4\]\[y \ge 1/2x +3\]\[y<3x-1\]\[1. x+y<-6\]\[2. y<x\]

  5. anonymous
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    9th

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    and match the answer with the problme you answered.. the editor messed it up

  7. anonymous
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    u say that u got 5 equations and u need points so that u may plot the graphs, did i get u right?

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    yesir

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    okay i'll do one for you , and you may follow up with the rest so that u may learn how to do it..is that fine jones?

  10. anonymous
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    yes it is

  11. anonymous
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    but i will post my answers for you to check tho.. is THAT ok.....lol.

  12. anonymous
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    yeah...will try..lol...

  13. anonymous
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    \[y > x + 4\] http://tinyurl.com/45oujoz

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    \[y \ge (1/2)x + 3\] http://tinyurl.com/4q2yx6l

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    lol krb thx lol

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    \[y < 3x-1\] http://tinyurl.com/6zhwlty

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    umm thinker you can still post. so i can see if i knoew how to do them

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    x + y < -6 http://tinyurl.com/6dtjurx

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    y < x http://tinyurl.com/4aezqtn

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    jones, if u just want the answers , u can try http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=solve+y%3E%3D%281%2F2%29x%2B3 for now for y>=1/2x+3....but the actual procedure to solve these is to substitute the x to get y and u can try subs a few lie this, and when u finally join these points, u get a line, depending whether the inequality is > or < u can shade the graph.. is that making sense?

  21. anonymous
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    1) y > x + 4 Remove the > and pretend it's an = sign. Graph y = x + 4 Shade the upper region.

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    2) \[y \ge (1/2)x + 3\] Same steps as above Graph y = (1/2)x + 3 Shade the upper region, the line should be solid. Above it should be a dashed line

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    3) y < 3x - 1 Graph y = 3x-1 Dashed line, shade lower region. You get the idea?

  24. anonymous
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    when inequality is '>' shade the greater ( upper) region , when its '<' shade the lesser(lower) area

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    got it jones?

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