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  • 5 years ago

how can i graph y less or equal x y>x-3???

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  1. anonymous
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    Imagine the line y = x-3. Now, you want all the y values greater than that line.

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    y lex y>x-3

  3. anonymous
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    So start by graphing the line (but with dashes)

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    i need total help where to start how to graph and everything just this question please help!!!

  5. anonymous
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    How would you graph the line y= x - 3

  6. anonymous
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    from x3 to y-3 only one line then shade

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    I'm not sure I understand. You know how to graph a line right?

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    yes if i have the x and y points

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    Ok, so pick an x point?

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    any?? 3.4

  11. anonymous
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    Sorry, didn't see you respond. You can pick any, but it's a bit nicer to pick easy values (0, 3, etc)

  12. anonymous
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    ok got it from 0 to 3

  13. anonymous
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    You graphed the line?

  14. anonymous
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    yes

  15. anonymous
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    Ok, so you want all the y values above that line. So shade the area above it.

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    (y > the line) means the area above the line you drew.

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    ok

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