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  • one year ago

Graph the system of linear inequalities below. 3x+y≤ 6 4x-2y>6

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think ?

  2. anonymous
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    im not sure:/

  3. anonymous
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    This will help :-) Let me know if you have any questions. https://www.desmos.com/calculator/nbdcxgdjta

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I plotted it for you.

  5. anonymous
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    ok do i copy it on my graph then

  6. anonymous
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    Yes, you can do that.

  7. anonymous
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    What I gave you is what the graph is going to look like. The area that over laps are the solutions.

  8. anonymous
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    so (1.5,0) and (0,-3)

  9. anonymous
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    1.8 and 0.6

  10. anonymous
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    ?

  11. anonymous
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    What are those points for??

  12. anonymous
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    its from the graph u gave me

  13. anonymous
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    do i need points for this equation?

  14. anonymous
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    ?

  15. anonymous
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    To graph it yes on paper yes. TO do that you need to turn the equilities into equations and then plot the lines For instance 3x+y≤ 6 = 3x+y=6 4x-2y>6 = 4x-2y= 6 Now we plot these equation of a line 3x+y=6 4x-2y= 6 Lets do the first equation of the line 3x+y=6 When x = 1 3x+y=6 3(1)+y=6 3(1)+y=6 3+y=6 y=6-3 y=3 So we have are first point for that line/equation which is (1,3) but we need one or two more to draw our line. Use the number 2 instead of one but do it the same way I did for number 1. Do you understand?

  16. anonymous
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    You can also use your mouse on that site I gave you and click on the line and hold down to drag and you can see the points

  17. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    and the 4x-2y= 6 would be 0,3 right @Nixy

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