A system of linear inequalities is shown below:
x + 2y < -5
x - y > 0
Describe the steps to graph the solution set to the system of inequalities

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- anonymous

\[First you need \to rewrite y>(5+x)/2 and y>x.\]

- anonymous

Ok can you plz help me on how to do that idk how to

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- anonymous

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- anonymous

let me redo it

- anonymous

ok (:

- anonymous

do you understand why i get that equation

- anonymous

not really

- anonymous

sorry

- anonymous

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- anonymous

can you describe the steps to graph the solution?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

thats the answer?

- anonymous

from that equation you will types it on your calculator you will know how the answer

- anonymous

this is the question
x + 2y < -5
x - y > 0
Describe the steps to graph the solution set to the system of inequalities now what should i put for my answer

- anonymous

you need to types those equation on your calculator you will see the graph like the first graph he sent you

- anonymous

ok i'll do that now one sec

- anonymous

i cant put y in my calculator

- anonymous

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- anonymous

what they give you?

- anonymous

then put y=x What they give you?

- anonymous

from that you can compare for each shadow of each graph

- anonymous

i can't put what your say into my caculator

- anonymous

ok i have another way that you dont need calculator

- anonymous

can you give me the answer?

- anonymous

you write the equaltion like i just show you down

- anonymous

ok can you type the equation?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

that is the first equation

- anonymous

I can't read that mate

- anonymous

Ohhhhh I get what to do now thank you soooooo much (: I got it. Thank you for helping so much I appreciate it

- anonymous

no problem. Thanks God you got it. It is hard for me to type it in here, and explain it without calculate. When you find the point for it, you can use your hand to draw the graph

- mathstudent55

For each inequality do this:
1. Change the inequality into an equation.
2. Plot the line using a solid line for inequalities with >= or >=, and using a dashed line for inequalities with > or <.
3. Select a point on one side of the line. Test the point in the original inequality.
4. If the point makes the inequality true, shade the half plane the point is in. If the point does not make the inequality true, shade the other half plane.
5. The solution of the inequality is where the two shadings overlap.

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