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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

What would the inequality be for a graph the has a solid line with shading below? The line goes through the points (0,-3)(1,-2)(2,-1) etc.

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  1. anonymous
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    Please help! It is urgent!

  2. anonymous
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    here is a picture of the graph

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  3. radar
    • 4 years ago
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    O.K the graph has a line whose equation is y=x-3 (from inspection) Did you get that far?)

  4. radar
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    Note that the shaded portions are below the line.

  5. anonymous
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    yes

  6. radar
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    It seems to me that shaded portion means: y-x <-3 but let me think about it some more. I believe that is correct. Make some test and see if that is true by locating points in the shaded area and plug in the x and y value into that equation and see if it is true.

  7. anonymous
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    okay thank you

  8. radar
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    I have checked and it seems that is the inequality that is graphed.

  9. anonymous
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    you are a life saver lol

  10. radar
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    good luck with these things

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