Katy H.

asked • 11/12/13

how do i solve the inequality 6x-4y<12

i need to solve the inequality 6x-4y<12

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Parviz F. answered • 11/15/13

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The x-intercept is the point where y=0, that is at x=2
The y-intercept is the point where x=0, that is at y=-3
 
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Parviz F.

Thank you Michael.
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11/16/13

Christine K. answered • 11/12/13

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Would you please revise.  When an inequality is divided or multiplied by a negative number, the inequality flips.
-4y<12x-6 divided by -4 becomes y>-3x+6/4. 
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