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Asked Dec 4, 2019
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Graphing Linear Inequalities:

Graph:

2x+y>6

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Expert Answer

Step 1

To represent the line on the graph, first simplify the equation and express it in standard equation. Hence, determine its x-coordinate and y-coordinate.

To graph the inequality, graph the line first. Then check whether the origin (0,0) is included in the inequality or not. Hence, mark the region.

The standard form of line where a is x-coordinate and b is y- coordinate is :

=1
a
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=1 a

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Step 2

To graph 2x+y>6.

Write it In standard form.

2x+ y 6
3 6
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2x+ y 6 3 6

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Step 3

So, the x-coordinate will be 3 and y-coordinate w...

2(0)+(0)>6
0 6
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2(0)+(0)>6 0 6

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