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    what program/system are you using?

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    Aleks

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    sorry i dont know aleks

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    see..

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    how do i do that on my graphH?

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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3C2x-5

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    the first inequality

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    drw the 2 lines and shade the region not containing (0,0)

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    ...WHat?

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    do u know how to draw lines from the equation?

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    yes

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    draw the lines y=2x-5 and y=5x+6..then shade that region that doesnt contain the origin and is in the 3 quadrant..

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    y<2x-5 is the first one, corresponding line is y=2x-5 ok?

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    K i got it.

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