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Q: If everything to the left of -9 on a graph is shaded which inequality is represented?

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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.

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Pick a sample point in the shaded area and plug it into the equation and see if it makes it true.

If it is y is greater than then it is above the line. If it is x is greater than then it is to the right.

16% is one tenth shaded in a graph

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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.

The graph of an inequality is a region, not a line.

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One variable inequality- graph the point on the number line then choose a point on the point, to the left and to the right to see what gets shaded. Two variable inequality- graph the line on grid paper then choose a point on the line, to the left and to the right to see what gets shaded.

it is called a half plane :)

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Pick a sample point in the shaded area and plug it into the equation and see if it makes it true.

Graph as though the inequality is an equality. Then, find a point on one side of the line and see if it makes the inequality true. If it is true then that side gets shaded.

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If it is y is greater than then it is above the line. If it is x is greater than then it is to the right.