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anonymous

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does anyone have access to graphing that they can help me with a few problems

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  1. anonymous
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    sure, what's that?

  2. anonymous
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    i need to graph y>6x

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    on a plane

  4. anonymous
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    it's the same as doing y = 6x, it would be just a line.

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    ok but how would it look on a graph and would it be a solid line or broken and what side gets colored in

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    ok, as a straight line we know it will hit the y-axis and x-axis one time each right?

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    yeah

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    ok but how would it look on a graph and would it be a solid line or broken and what side gets colored in

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    well.. as the form of y = 6x it will be just a straight line and yes it's a solid line. To find the shaded part, choose a point on either side of the line and plug it back into the original equation. If you simplify and end up with a true inequality shade on this side of the line. If you get a false inequality shade on the other side of the line. It's often easiest to choose close to the origin, (-1,0). So, 0 > -6 (true) hence, that side of the line is the shaded area

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