The graph of an inequality is a region, not a line.
we should prevent inequality by
graph the inequality 5x+2y<4
You can graph an equation or an inequality but you cannot graph an expression.
A bivariate linear inequality.
It can represent the graph of a strict inequality where the inequality is satisfied by the area on one side of the dashed line and not on the other. Points on the line do not satisfy the inequality.
See the accompanying answer:
The shaded area of the graph of an inequality show the solution to the inequality. For example, if the area below y = x is shaded it is showing those ordered pairs which solve y < x.
Very Carefully :)
The Feasible Region
The question cannot be answered because there is no inequality there!
no the graph will be written in slope intercept form or y=mx+b
-305y is not an equation (nor inequality) and so cannot represent a graph.
The graph is a region of the space on one side or another of the related function. If the inequality is strict then the related function itself is not part of the solution; otherwise it is.
Graph it (the equation).