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18jonea
 one year ago
What is the graph of y > x/6 + 1?
https://gls.agilix.com/Resz/~Ey6YBAAAAAAM6o_hPFz3EB.MTbsVt4MqGzMfUb1hbDZiD/19809086,C24/Assets/assessmentimages/Algebra%202%20Part%201%20U2L4%205.jpg
Graph B
Graph D
Graph A
Graph C
18jonea
 one year ago
What is the graph of y > x/6 + 1? https://gls.agilix.com/Resz/~Ey6YBAAAAAAM6o_hPFz3EB.MTbsVt4MqGzMfUb1hbDZiD/19809086,C24/Assets/assessmentimages/Algebra%202%20Part%201%20U2L4%205.jpg Graph B Graph D Graph A Graph C

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kva1992
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1im pretty sure its Graph D, Let me explain why , when graphing an inequality treat it just like a regular problem. so graph y = x/6 +1 where your slop is 1/6 (rise over run) and your y int is 1 so you would draw that line and since it states that y is greater than you would shade in everything that is greater than the line. and because its only greater than and not greater than and equal to you use a dashed line instead of a solid
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