anonymous
  • anonymous
When graphing an inequality how do you determine if the boundary line Could be broken or solid
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This is easy enough. If it is greater than or equal to it will be solid because solutions on that line will also satisfy the equation, but if it is not equal to, than it will be dashed because equations on the line will not satisfy the equation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\le and \ge = solid\]\[< and > = dashed\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok thanks this was supposed to be my question how can you determine the solution to a system of equations graphically,I.e. From looking at the graph
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you going to help me with it
anonymous
  • anonymous
Any point within the shaded region, or any point on the solid line will represent a solution to the system of equations. Note that if there is more than one equation presented that the shaded regions must overlap for the solution to satisfy, same with the solid lines.
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  • anonymous
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Oh ok thanks

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