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bookdweller

  • 2 years ago

graph the system of linear inequalities. Then state two possible solutions. y> 2x + 2 y< -3/2x - 5

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  1. RadEn
    • 2 years ago
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    can u graph a straight line equation y=mx+c ?

  2. bookdweller
    • 2 years ago
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    No we just started this unit.

  3. sarena89
    • 2 years ago
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    first y=2x+2 y=-3/2x-5

  4. bookdweller
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    Okay, I'm following along so far.

  5. sarena89
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    |dw:1355666109106:dw|

  6. sarena89
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    and u make it anotther equation like me ok.

  7. richyw
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  8. richyw
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    so anything in the dark red would satisfy both inequalities

  9. richyw
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    the blue is \(y>2x+2\) and the red is \(y<−\frac32 x−5\)

  10. richyw
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    so all you have to do is graph the lines \(y=2x+2\) and \(y=-\frac32 x-5\) (I would use a dotted line for \(>\) or \(<\) and a solid line for \(\geq\) or \(\leq\)). Then shade in above or below the line depending what is required. Then your solutions will look like that graph, and where the shading overlaps is where you get a solution

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