which of the following inequalities matches the graph?
A. The correct inequality is not listed
B. 5x + y greater than or equal to 1
C. 5x + y less than or equal to 1
D. 5x - y greater than or equal to 1

- anonymous

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- anonymous

Graph:

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- anonymous

@e.mccormick can you help me on this one?

- anonymous

its c

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- anonymous

c

- anonymous

thats eazy afff

- anonymous

O_O um... anyone care to explain their answer?

- anonymous

stop being a showoff it is fun to do stuff like that though

- anonymous

go ahead show off

- e.mccormick

First, I would find the equation of the line.

- anonymous

@caldwelllayna I want you to explain... cause your an amazing user and theres a mod that will ban u

- anonymous

and you dont deserve it .-.

- anonymous

thanks

- anonymous

@caldwelllayna can you help me on another?

- anonymous

First of all my apologies for not responding to you sooner I was helping my mom with something so you would check each answer and see which one would fit into your graph

- anonymous

that is at least how I do it :)

- JackofallTradez

Actually, it would be D
5x - y greater than or equal to 1
-5x -5x
(-y greater than or equal to -5x + 1)/-1
y less than or equal to 5x - 1

- anonymous

^ this kid is confusing me... first said A then now its D

- JackofallTradez

A was a mistake

- JackofallTradez

Hence the reason I deleted my comment

- anonymous

Hence I didn't see that you deleted it

- anonymous

anyone want to help on a second one or no?

- anonymous

ok I will try to help you but I am not an expert at math lol

- anonymous

which of the following inequalities matches the graph?

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- anonymous

x < 2
y > 2
y < 2
x > 2

- anonymous

Is it B?

- anonymous

Since it looks like it doesn't have a negative or positive slope :/ idk

- e.mccormick

If y is > 2 then any y > 2 would be valid. Like this one:
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- anonymous

So it is B?

- e.mccormick

Is that point, on my pic, in the shaded area of your graph?

- anonymous

no

- e.mccormick

Then it can't be B.

- anonymous

Is it A? since it has a less than sign and your graph shows a negative point

- e.mccormick

That would mean any X less than 2 would be valid. On your graph, if you put any value with an x less than 2, is it in the shaded area?

- anonymous

Ah I see what your trying to say... so the answer is a point in the shaded area correct?

- e.mccormick

Well, the inequality you choose needs to be testable at any point. The point must be valid.
There is anothe huge clue. The dashed line is vertical going through what?

- e.mccormick

What point in what axis does it go through?

- anonymous

i feel dumb so... is the point going through one of the answer choices?

- e.mccormick

Well, it is a big clue to it.

- anonymous

y axis

- e.mccormick

No, it never touches the y axis. It crosses the x axis.

- anonymous

Answer is D then thanks

- e.mccormick

Yah. Things great then x=2 are shaded, so x > 2.

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