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anonymous
 one year ago
Bess is trying to solve a puzzle where she has to figure out two numbers, x and y. The sum of twice x and 3 times y is less than 6. Also, y must be greater than 1 less than twice the x. Which graph represents the possible solutions?
Graph the inequalities 2 x plus 3 y less than 6 and y greater than 2 x minus 1
Graph the inequalities 2 x minus 3 y less than 6 and y greater than 2 x minus
1 Graph the inequalities 3 x minus 2 y less than 6 and y greater than 3 x minus 2
Graph the inequalities 3 x minus 5 y less than 6 and y greater than 3 x plus 2
anonymous
 one year ago
Bess is trying to solve a puzzle where she has to figure out two numbers, x and y. The sum of twice x and 3 times y is less than 6. Also, y must be greater than 1 less than twice the x. Which graph represents the possible solutions? Graph the inequalities 2 x plus 3 y less than 6 and y greater than 2 x minus 1 Graph the inequalities 2 x minus 3 y less than 6 and y greater than 2 x minus 1 Graph the inequalities 3 x minus 2 y less than 6 and y greater than 3 x minus 2 Graph the inequalities 3 x minus 5 y less than 6 and y greater than 3 x plus 2

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.02x + 3y < 6 2x > y > 1
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