anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help with graphing??? I have tried graphing this but I get so confused! 1) {(x, y): x ≥-4} {(x, y): x ≥4} 2) {(x, y): x + 2y ≥6} 3) {(x, y): x + y = 5}
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Breton It might be easier if you ignore the >= and <= parts when graphing these just start by treating them as = signs so the first one would be a vertical line at x=-4 and another at x=4 then shade in the part that means greater than....for the first one if the greater thans and less thans are pointing the right way...you would only need the line at -4 and everything bigger because +4 is bigger than negative four ya?

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