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- anonymous

Which of the following inequalities matches the graph?

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Which of the following inequalities matches the graph?

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- oleg3321

what graph? where is the graph?

- anonymous

x > 4
x < 4
y > 4
y < 4

- Astrophysics

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- oleg3321

would be the second choice. i think but not sure

- anonymous

ALRIGHT

- Astrophysics

Apply what you were taught in the previous question, because @oleg3321 gave you the wrong answer.

- UsukiDoll

anyway ... whenever we have x = some number , we have a vertical line.. .for example that x = 2 from the previous question means that at (2.0) we have a vertical line
if we had y = 2 it means that we have a horizontal line at (0,2)

- Astrophysics

So what kind of a line would y = 4 and x = 4 give you (look above at Usuki's statement)

- anonymous

C Y>4?

- Astrophysics

Well at least you know y = 4, is a horizontal line so that's good, but are you sure?

- Astrophysics

AGAIN
> - greater than
< - less than

- UsukiDoll

let's start off with just y = 4 that would mean that there's a horizontal line at (0,4). Now are we considering everything above the horizontal line or below ?

- anonymous

D Y<4?

- UsukiDoll

we have a horizontal line at (0,4) so we do consider everything below due to where the region was shaded.

- UsukiDoll

so it has to be y < 4

- Astrophysics

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- anonymous

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