Graph the inequality on a coordinate plane.
-y <= 3x-5
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Slope = -3
y-intercept = 5
Shaded down with a solid line
-y <= 3x-5
I'd first multiply by -1
y > -3x+5
so it every thing above the this line with a slope -3 and a y-intercept 5
Slope of -3 means for every time it goes right 1, it goes down 3. And I made a mistake, it's shaded UP with a solid line.
y > -3x+5 this implies that y must be greater then the equation of the line.
remember when multiplying/ dividing by a negative number must change the inequality
-1 < 1
if I multiply by -1
1 > -1
so it's D?
I don't have selection
There is a document about 4 comments up ^
Yes the answer is D, you can tell because the slope on answer choice D is -3/1 and the shading is going to the right because the sign is > (greater than) and when the sign is > (greater than) you shade UP when the sign is < (less than) you shade DOWN.