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cralls18 Group Title

y<-5/3x... dotted line.. is shading above or below?

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  1. hartnn Group Title
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    consider any point, say x = 3 ,y=0 does it satisfy the above equation ??

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    yes.. because any whole number is more than the - slope

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    below

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    what about x-y>-4

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    |dw:1356817393353:dw|

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    thats not on my answer key :-/

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    This is for the first question the shaded area is below where you can find the zeros of the inequality.

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    ok, for x-y >-4 consider origin, 0,0 0>-4 this is true, so, 0,0 lies in shade.

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    so, shade will be below, did u get this ?

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    |dw:1356817638901:dw|

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    This the answer for the second one.

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    @cralls18 , are u able to draw the shades by yourself ??

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    |dw:1356817866163:dw|

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  14. viniterranova Group Title
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    The is the "y" intercept. For the "x" intercept just make y=0 and solve the expression x-y>-4 algebracallly.

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    thank u! :)

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    You are welcome.

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