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Are you familiar with graphing systems of inequalities?
@Zale101 im afraid not
If you have a slanted line like y >= x+1, which part should be shaded? y is greater than or equal to the line x+1 This indicated that all the y values that are greater than the line x+1 should be shaded.
What about the second equation? What part of the graph should be shaded?
wait so for the first question it would be part b?
B or A, we don't know yet. We only know for now that we should eliminate part D and C because the first equation is not shaded in neither parts D or C.
ok, good. sorry for interrupting you, may you please keep helping me trough?
I want you to try it :)
lol ok here it goes
oh wow its part A. thanks!
You graphed it?
yeah. i pluged in the 2 equations and just by looking at y ≥ x + 1 when i graphed it it was clear it was a
@prowrestler can you help me with the other 2 questions? please
where are they
at the top theres 3 attachments. the first one is done. all i need is the other 2
for th second one what do you think it is
@prowrestler i honestly do not have a clue
first one would be B. right?
2nd one is also B. Because 5^x is bigger than 5X in any given x value
@lochana no first one was A. are you 100% sure 2 is b?
So the final one is 7/10 which is the last answer. Yes. I plotted them . I got answer B for the first one. let me try it again
youre right. turns out i graphed it wrong the first time
on that question, You will see two graphs like my attachment. but our question is not about equations. It is about inequalities. y>= x + 1 means y takes values above blue line(my image) you can make the second one something like y <= -1 -x which is the red line So y takes values below red one