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anonymous

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x+y<-6

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  1. anonymous
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    i need them into coordinates to graph

  2. anonymous
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    \[y< -x-6\], so then everything under the line -x-6 is what you are graphing. Because it is less than, but not equal to in the inequality, the line will be dashed indicating that it is everything right under that line.

  3. anonymous
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    all I did to get that inequality was subtract x from each side in case you're wondering where I started from.

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    anyone got this answer?

  5. anonymous
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    Subtract x from each side, place it in your A[slot] in the graphing calculator.

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    or by hand, it's not too hard, plus it's good to be able to do real quick for later studies.

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