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y < –2x + 3 - y < 1/2 x – 4 (4, –6) (–4, 6) (4, 6) (–4, –6)

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I don't understand.
Choose the point which is a solution to the system of inequalities:
Just plug in the given values (x, y)

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2x + y <3 multiply the 2md equation by 2 to simplify it. and it becomes x - 2y >8 and then you can solve it by the general method of elimination or substitution
This is what you get when you solve the inequality: y < 2x+3
2nd*
so the answer is the 2nd one
i mean third
?
they give you the answers... if you didn't know how to do it you could at the very least plug in he numbers into one of the e
equations and see if it works
i said answer 3rd one? im askin if im correct
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(4,-6)
oh so the first one.. wow .. i was way offf but thanks for the help

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