Which of the following is the inequality for the graph?
2x - y > 0
2x + y < 0
3x - y < 0
3x + y > 0

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Which of the following is the inequality for the graph?
2x - y > 0
2x + y < 0
3x - y < 0
3x + y > 0

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What do you think? First try to solve it without the inequality. Just think of it as a regular line and ignore the shaded region.

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- anonymous

@CShrix Would the slope be 4?

- anonymous

That is what I got but that isn't an option @CShrix

- anonymous

No, try again :)

- anonymous

@CShrix Okay I got 2 the time

- anonymous

and the b would be 0 so is the answer the second option?

- anonymous

So close!!
It's -2. If you start at 0, you go DOWN 2 and over to the right 1. The negative indicates that it is going down.
Now for the inequality part. Which side is the shaded region on?

- anonymous

Oh okay! and the left side is shaded

- anonymous

So what does that mean? Is the shaded side less than the line? Or greater than the line?

- anonymous

@CShrix Less than?

- anonymous

Yes!
Therefore, we have the equation y < (less than) -2x.
The equations in our choices, don't have that, but they have 2x + y < 0, which is the same thing :)

- anonymous

@CShrix Thank you so much!!

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