## roberman228 2 years ago Select the point that lies on the graph of y > -3x + 4. HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1. roberman228

@Mertsj

2. NeonKnightmare

Just choose any points? I mean, do you have some answer choices we can look at?

3. roberman228

ya sure one sec

4. roberman228

a. (-1, 7) b. (0, 3) c. (1, 3) d. (3, -6)

5. Mertsj

Why don't you plug in the points one at a time and see which one makes the sentence true?

6. roberman228

right but what am i looking for, like what is the answer

7. Mertsj

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8. roberman228

Change 4x - 2y = 9 into slope-intercept form.

9. roberman228

what is that last word

10. Mertsj

Solve it for y by subtracting 4x from both sides and then dividing by -2

11. roberman228

i think the answer to that other one is y=2x-9/2

12. roberman228

you mean subtract 3x from both sides

13. Mertsj

All I know is that the equation you posted has 4x on the left and you want it to be on the right so you should subtract 4x from both sides.

14. roberman228

Select the point that lies on the graph of y > -3x + 4. Choose one answer. a. (-1, 7) b. (0, 3) c. (1, 3) d. (3, -6)

15. roberman228

that is the question not 4x

16. Mertsj

Why don't you make up your mind which question you are on.

17. roberman228

ha ha i am still on the first

18. roberman228

i get it now you were on the slope intercept question

19. Mertsj

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20. Mertsj

Is that true?

21. Mertsj

Now you plug in the other two points until you find a true one.

22. roberman228

but what is a true one

23. roberman228

what does it look like

24. Mertsj

3>4 says 3 is greater than 4. Is three greater than 4?

25. roberman228

the naswer is c. correct

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27. roberman228

d i mean

28. Mertsj

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29. Mertsj

Yes, 3 is greater than 1

30. roberman228