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  • 4 years ago

Which of the following points lie in the solution set to the following system of inequalities? y > -3x + 3 y > x + 2 a.(2, -5) b.(-2, 5) c.(2, 5) d.(-2, -5)

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  1. nenadmatematika
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    the points should satisfy both the equation simultaneously let's check a (2, -5) y>-3x+3 -5>-6+3 -5>-3 this is not true so it doesn't satisfy the equations Let's check b -2, 5 5>6+3 this is also not true let's check c 2,5 5>-6+3 5>-3 this is true so let's check for the other equation y>x+2 5>2+2 so c is the answer let's check d -2,-5 -5>-2*-3+3 -5>9 so this is false so our Answer is \[\large{C}\]

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