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system of inequalities

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Please provide only one ordered pair (x, y) that will work for this system of inequalities.
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i serisouly cant figure out the answer to this
any clue?

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Graph the two lines, then pick a point that is in the proper area.
ok..ill try too
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Took a little while to do my diagram :-) I drew the two lines, then figured out which of the 4 sectors met the requirements. Any point in the blue region satisfies both conditions, for example (-2,0). 0 > 3(-2) + 1 = -5, and 0 < -2(-2)/3 + 4 = 5 1/3
thankyou..i appreciate it. its so late, my brain is really not working at all. lol. goodnight friend
though there can be many if u need just one then check (-3,6)
@whpalmer4 is the example you provded..is it one that i can use? does it pertain to this?
It is a diagram of the inequalities in this problem, if that's what you mean.
yes, thanks
ok! remember to close the question guys :)

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