anonymous
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HELP PLEASE. The figure below is the graph of a nonlinear inequality. Of which inequality below could this be the graph? http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/200407/01/fc1dd54b-4f30-4bc6-981b-3f42670c2416.gif A. y^2 x^2 _____ - _____ <1 5^2 3^2 B. y^2 x^2 _____ -_____ <(underlined) 1 5^2 3^2 C. y^2 x^2 _____-_____ >1 5^2 3^2
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anonymous
  • anonymous
im stumped on this question
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  • anonymous
if anyone can lead me in the right direction or with the right answer
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can anyone help me out ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
When you have a problem like this, take some points you know satisfy the inequality (are in the blue shaded region) and plug them in. For example, we could use \((0,0)\). Test it with each option.$$0<1\\0\le1\\0>1$$So now we've eliminated option (C) and know it must be either (A) or (B). Recognize the only difference between them is that (B) includes the boundary of our region, hence the \(\le\) vs merely \(\lt\). Our graph includes the boundary, too, hence the solid blue lines. So our answer is (B).
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  • anonymous
thank you a tons
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  • anonymous
The reason we eliminated option C is because \(0\not\gt1\).
anonymous
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i get it now thanks can we always use 0,0 as an example?

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