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anonymous

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I am trying to find the solution for a linear inequalities by graphing can someone please help y<x-1 y>1-x

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  1. anonymous
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    find the point that intersect x axis and y axis in each inequality to get the graphs. then find the solution that fulfill the inequalities for each graph. finally, combine the solutions from each graph. i attach the graph here

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    y<x-1 -> x-y>1 y>1-x -> x+y>1 i prefer to make the x and y on the same side before drawing the graph so that it's easier for me to find the point that intersect x axis and y axis on each inequality

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