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so firstly, you want to try and find the equation of the line in the form y = mx + b

from the graph, we can see that the y intercept (b) is -4

Oh okay, I think I remember this

okay cool :) so show me what you get for the equation of the line and we can go from there

Okay so I picked the points (1,-2) and (0,2) then It would be 2 - -2/ 0- -1 Right?

Compare these two graphs to the given one.

@FireKat97 Yes Thank you for correcting me!

No problem :) @Marilynmonroe

That does not seem to be of much help. Let me graph on another program.
We could test points.

@Directrix Okay (:

@Marilynmonroe did you work out the gradient again?

Yes would it be 0 - -2/ 2 - 1 = -2/1 ?

so you have \[\frac{ 0 - - 2 }{ 2 - 1 } = \frac{ 2 }{ 1 } = 2\] but you set it up correct

but now that we have our m and b, we can sub these into y = =mx + b to find the equation the line

Okay so would it be y = 2x+ -4 ?

Finally, my answer.
y > 2x - 4

The boundary line passes through (2,0) as it does on the given green graph.

@Directrix Thank you!!

Boundary line for the other is way off from that of the green.

@Directrix Its no problem. Thank you!

You are welcome.