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Which is the graph of 3y – 5x ≤ –6?

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    I know that solid lines are used when the symbol is more than or equaled to or is less than or equal to. Dashed lines are when its just less or more than. Shaded part means where more or less goes.

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    So with this equation I'm thinking that its D the last one because less or equal to symbol. Its shaded left because its les than

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    Could you give me the formula to work it out please

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    I think that its D the last one

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    @Luigi0210

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