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teenah

  • one year ago

Resolved, thank you very much.

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  1. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    correct what error ?

  2. fbi2015
    • one year ago
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    help me, http://openstudy.com/study#/groups/OpenStudy%20Feedback

  3. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    y <= 1/3x - 2 y intercept = -2 x intercept can be found by subbing in 0 for y 0 <= 1/3x - 2 -1/3x = -2 x = -2/(-1/3) x = -2 * -3/1 = 6 shading should be under the line because it is less then. Line should be solid because it has an equal sign. FOUND AN ERROR---the line is dashed...it should be solid. It is graphed correctly except for the dashed line. -2y < x + 10 y > -1/2x - 5 y intercept is -5 x intercept is -10 shading should be above the line (which it is) and line should be DASHED, which it is not. I will pick a point (0,-3) now we check... y <= 1/3x - 2 -3 <= 1/3(0) - 2 -3 <= -2 (correct) -2y < x + 10 -2(-3) < 10 6 < 10 (correct) The only errors I am finding is the lines.

  4. kelliegirl33
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    y <= 1/3x - 2 -- line should be solid (it is not) -2y < x + 10 -- line should be dashed (it is not)

  5. Jimboslice
    • one year ago
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    the shading doesn't really madder its just a shade.. i would think

  6. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    the dark shading is the solution of both of the inequalities

  7. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    yes..the shading is correct...the lines are not, as far as being solid and dashed

  8. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    YW :)

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