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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
So... Which graph is it?
What do you think?
Best educated guess?
Correct. Good job!
Is the answer b?
Then what is it?
Yes. It is B.
both are y less than inequalities
ok so whats the damn answer?
consider with respect to y
Look at that.
so in A arnt the both regions below included?
where as in B the left side region is included
Fu.ck. I is A!
A it is :)
Yes its A. Thank u very much @aajugdar
@SamuelAlden917 thats olryt dont forget to consider y inequality when its y< then region below is shaded when its y> region above is shaded
@aajugdar thats what I did. I feel like an retricenow! Im so sorry @raebaby420