Ghostine F.

asked • 11/30/20

Pleaseeeeeeeeeeee help

x + y < -1

-3x + 2y <= 6


Check all that apply as solutions:


(5,7)

(-1,3)

(-4,-5)

(1,-2)

(6,-1)

Tami R.

tutor
It looks like you are finding solutions to two unrelated inequalities. (-4,-5) works for the first equation. -4 + (-5) < -1 -9 < -1
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Tami R.

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For the second equation, you can also plug in the x,y values of each possible answer to see which work. So -3(-4) + 2(-5) <= 6 12 -10 <= 6 2 <=6
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Tami R.

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Helpful?
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Tami R.

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Did you want an x,y point where the two equations meet on the cartesian grid? (The graph paper with the grid)
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Ghostine F.

Thank you!
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