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Choose the correct graph for the following system of inequalities:
x + y –5
4x – 5y > –15

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In order to graph the two systems of equalities you need to solve for y
x+y<= -5
y<=x-5
4x-5y>-15
-5y>-4x-15
y<4/5x+3*
*notice that the sign changes because you are dividing by a negative number
Now you will be able to graph the two lines acting as though the signs <=, and < are equals signs however when it comes to drawing the lines to connect the dots, you need to make sure that the <= graph has a doted line and the < has a solid line.
You then graph the two lines shading them based on their inequality

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So... Which graph is it?

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- anonymous

What do you think?

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Idk..

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Best educated guess?

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xD

- anonymous

b?

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Correct. Good job!

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- anonymous

Is the answer b?

- anonymous

not B

- anonymous

Then what is it?

- anonymous

Yes. It is B.

- anonymous

both are y less than inequalities

- anonymous

ok so whats the damn answer?

- anonymous

consider with respect to y

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http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=+x+%2B+y+%E2%89%A4+%E2%80%935+++and++4x+%E2%80%93+5y+%3E+%E2%80%9315

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Look at that.

- anonymous

so in A
arnt the both regions below included?

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where as in B
the left side region is included

- anonymous

right?

- anonymous

Fu.ck. I is A!

- anonymous

A it is :)

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Sorry!

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Yes its A. Thank u very much @aajugdar

- anonymous

@SamuelAlden917 thats olryt
dont forget to consider y inequality
when its y< then region below is shaded
when its y> region above is shaded

- anonymous

@aajugdar thats what I did. I feel like an retricenow! Im so sorry @raebaby420

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*A.ss/

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Whatever

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So sorry!

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