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I need help finding a "solution" on a graph??? Graph this system of linear inequalities to determine which one of these statements is true. y>-7x+8 2y<x+6 the system does not have a solution the solution is located in Quadrant 1 only the solution contains only positive numbers

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    Did you graph the system of inequalities? If you did, then one of these options should've already proven to be true. If it's any help, the second inequality in point slope form is \[y <\frac{ 1 }{ 2}x + 3\]

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