How do I graph the following x + y > 2 x - y < 2
Graph the following system of inequalities. Assume that the relationship between the inequality statements is an intersection. 2y-x is greater than or equal to -7. 2y+3x is less than or equal...
My answer is (0, -4). Am I right?
y = 2x + 8 I know it's going to be above the line and it is going to be dashed, but I don't know how to find the origin. Does it included the origin or does not include the origin?
I'm trying to help my son and now I need help.
I am struggling with a problem. I need to graph 6x + 3y > 18 on a typical 10 number graph. Can you help me?
I cannot see how to graph 6x+3y>18. I think I shade everything over (0,0) but I can't get to that part because I can't figure the first part out despite looking at the book. I would appreciate any...