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  • 5 years ago

solve these system by graphing y<x y>x-3

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  1. anonymous
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    Plot the lines y= x and y = x - 3 on graph paper. Then shade the unwanted regions ie the part showing y > x and the part showing y <x-3 The values for y in the unshaded region are your solutions This is also called linear programming

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    \[ylexit is like this i couldn't type the less than or equal \to: \]

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    \[y \le x\] y>x-3

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    \[ x+y-3\le0\] \[y-2\le\]

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