anonymous
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The following is the solution of x – 2y > -4. x + y ≥ -3
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true or false
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Neko-Neko
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False... to do this you need to make them equal to y... So it stays like this... x – 2y > -4. -2y>-4+x y>(-4+x)/-2 y> -1/2 X +2 x + y ≥ -3 y≥x-3 And it would look like that in the picture
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careful, errors in those equations \(x – 2y > -4\) \(– 2y > -x -4\) \(– y > -x/2 -2\) \( y < x/2 +2\) [A] \(x + y ≥ -3\) \(y ≥ -x -3\) [B] so it looks like this https://www.desmos.com/calculator/cndlf6d8tx

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