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hellowagner

  • 3 years ago

Identify the shading and type of boundary for the graph of y ≥ 6x − 2 1)a broken line, shaded below the line 2)a broken line, shaded above the line 3)a solid line, shaded below the line 4)a solid line, shaded above the line

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  1. heisenberg
    • 3 years ago
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    what do you think?

  2. hellowagner
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    i think that it's 2) a broken line, shaded above the line

  3. heisenberg
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    a broken line would just be > a solid line is used to indicate inclusiveness, like ≥

  4. hellowagner
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    so it;s probably 3 than. a solid line shaded below the line

  5. heisenberg
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    why below?

  6. hellowagner
    • 3 years ago
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    because it's -2 right?

  7. heisenberg
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    no that's just the y-intercept of the equation. you shade where the inequality suggests. in this case it's greater than, so everything ABOVE this equation (including this equation) is valid.

  8. hellowagner
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    ugh i feel silly! thankyou though!

  9. hellowagner
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    so for y ≤ 7 − 2x it would be a broken line, shaded above the line right?

  10. heisenberg
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    no. it is less than, which means below. a broken line is for < and >, and solid line is for ≥ and ≤

  11. hellowagner
    • 3 years ago
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    ah! i really do get it now. thankyou :)

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