anonymous
  • anonymous
y≤ -2x+1;(2,2)
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What's the question? Is (2,2) within y(x)'s domain and range?
anonymous
  • anonymous
is says to tell if there linear inequality
anonymous
  • anonymous
We're given a linear inequality, i.e., y≤-2x+1. This is making the statement that y is less than or equal to -2x+1, and since -2x+1 is a linear function, this is already a linear inequality.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
determine weather the orderd pair is a soution of linear inequality.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If this helps at all, the point (2,2) doesn't fit in y≤-2x+1. Put in 2 for x and y, so we have 2≤-2(2)+1, which gets us 2≤-3, which isn't true, is it? -3 is not greater than (or equal to) 2.

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