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  • 2 years ago

what would a graph like this look like ? graph a system of inequalities on a coordinate plane. Please limit your coordinate plane to a 10 × 10 grid. The x-axis and y-axis should go from –5 to 5

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  1. raje_raviraj
    • 2 years ago
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    i think little more information is needed...

  2. mikaa_toxica13
    • 2 years ago
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    2.In Paint, PowerPoint, a program of your choosing, or using a scan of a handmade drawing, graph a system of inequalities on a coordinate plane. Please limit your coordinate plane to a 10 × 10 grid. The x-axis and y-axis should go from –5 to 5. Write the system of inequalities that accompanies your graph. thats the whole paragraph. did i leave something out ?

  3. ZeHanz
    • 2 years ago
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    It could be almost anything. Say you've got two equations: y=x²-4 and y=-x+2 Graphs are a parabola and a line. You could shade the area where x²-4 < y < -x+2, giving the area between the graphs. So you have two inequalities there. See image. Is this what you need?

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  4. ZeHanz
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    Otherwise, a little more info would indeed be helpful!

  5. mikaa_toxica13
    • 2 years ago
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    i needed any graph that matches the descrption. this would qualify, yes. thank u so much. i stilll need more ideas cuz i dont want to copy your work.

  6. ZeHanz
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    OK, you are free to think about it!

  7. mikaa_toxica13
    • 2 years ago
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    Your goal is to create an algebracaching experience for a family member or friend similar to the ones you saw in the lesson. You must use different inequalities than the ones shown in the lesson. 1.Find a partner. 2.In Paint, PowerPoint, a program of your choosing, or using a scan of a handmade drawing, graph a system of inequalities on a coordinate plane. Please limit your coordinate plane to a 10 × 10 grid. The x-axis and y-axis should go from –5 to 5. Write the system of inequalities that accompanies your graph. 3.Pick an ordered pair within the shaded region to bury your “treasure.” Keep this ordered pair to yourself and do not share it with your partner. 4.Submit the system of inequalities in slope-intercept form to your partner. You will not share your graph or the hidden treasure point, only the system of inequalities. Since your family member or friend is not in this course you will need to supply them with step by step directions on how to graph this system of inequalities. If your partner does not successfully guess the ordered pair you may want to take a look at their graph. At this point, you may give your partner helpful hints on how they may fix their graph or narrow the search by giving them a hint. Your hint may be an equation of another line that the treasure point lies on. Record all of the guesses it takes your partner to find where your treasure point lies.

  8. mikaa_toxica13
    • 2 years ago
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    this is the whole thing

  9. mikaa_toxica13
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    @terenzreignz @raje_raviraj can u come up with one ?

  10. ZeHanz
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    Seems a bit over the top IMO...

  11. mikaa_toxica13
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    imo ? dont know that one. and i dont understand the rest. im not good at math.

  12. terenzreignz
    • 2 years ago
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    Hang on, this takes some time to digest... *INFO OVERLOAD* -.-

  13. mikaa_toxica13
    • 2 years ago
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    lol sorry. u dont have to. cuz i feel like i got *info overload* when i saw it too.

  14. ZeHanz
    • 2 years ago
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    IMO = In My Opinion. I gave my opinion about the question, which is a lot of work for just a few inequalities (IMO)

  15. terenzreignz
    • 2 years ago
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    Well, invent a system, then :D

  16. mikaa_toxica13
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    @ZeHanz okay i see. yeaa its over the top. its taken me a week to start doing it cuz tis jus so much. @terenzreignz i dont know how.

  17. terenzreignz
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    Okay, are we allowed to keep to linear inequalities? They're so much easier.

  18. raje_raviraj
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1359471010948:dw|

  19. raje_raviraj
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    as they say it should pass from x=-5 and y=5

  20. ZeHanz
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    They have to be slope-intercept form, so they are all linear.

  21. mikaa_toxica13
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    @ZeHanz was your earlier graph correct and match with the instructions ?

  22. ZeHanz
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    Something like this would do, I think. I've the following inequalities: 1. y<4 2. y>x-4 3. y>-2x+3 The darkest area is where every inequality is true.

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  23. ZeHanz
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    @mikaa_toxica13: (my first example had a non-linear inequality, the question is about linear ones only)

  24. mikaa_toxica13
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    very creative lol

  25. ZeHanz
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    TIP: use Geogebra (geogebra.org) to mike nice graphs!

  26. mikaa_toxica13
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    thanks. could u help with #3 ?

  27. mikaa_toxica13
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    @ZeHanz

  28. ZeHanz
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    Just take a point in the darkest area, say (4,3).

  29. mikaa_toxica13
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    okay thanks !!

  30. ZeHanz
    • 2 years ago
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    YW!

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