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morganalana17

  • 2 years ago

i am having trouble remembering how to do this: write the system of inequalities with the solution shown in the graph. you will end up with 2 inequality equations. will attach graph!

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  1. 62442929
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    The graph is shaded in the area that is less than or equal to the line with the positive slope but greater than or equal to the line with the negative slope.

  2. morganalana17
    • 2 years ago
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    ok...what i am really having trouble understanding is how to get the 2 inequalities.

  3. 62442929
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    So I think it would be something like |dw:1354219673954:dw|

  4. morganalana17
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    how did you get that?

  5. 62442929
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    I just found the equations of the lines and since the shaded area includes the part that is greater than y=-1.5x+3 and is less than y=x+7, then I put the signs shown above.

  6. morganalana17
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    ok that makes sense thanks!!!!

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