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Referring to the figure, match the system of linear inequalities with its graph. a. -x + y < 2 b. -x + y > 2 -x + y ≥ -2 x + y ≤ -2 c. -x + y > -2 d. -x + y ≤ 2 x + y ≤ 2 x + y < 2 Can someone explain how to do this to me?

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    @twistnflip

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    So so sorry, I thought I was still going to be doing homework but I actually got it done much faster. Here you go: This is also a system, but it may be confusing because of the inequalites - solve it the same. But because we are given the graph and we have to solve for the equation, we first look at the intersection point of the two lines: (0,2) x = 0 and y = 2 It seems like the long way, but just solve each equation given now to see which one has a solution where (0,2) is true. So just plug in the x and y values - (0,2) into each equation and see if it is true. Hope this helps: @abriannaridley

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    If not let me know, I will be on all day today.

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    btw I don't usually sit around all day and answer math questions on the computer. I am actually a very good diver. I got injured at nationals so now I can't dive for a few weeks. SO without dive i basically have no life lol.

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    Ita okay aha thats cool tho! thanks for the help you explained that amazingly :P

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