Q: What inequality represents the graph?

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Take a sample point from either the top or bottom of the graph. I like to use (0,0) if it is not on the line. Substitute it into the inequality and if it is true then it represents all points on that line as true and vice versa.

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The Feasible Region

The question cannot be answered because there is no inequality there!

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a graph

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

Take a sample point from either the top or bottom of the graph. I like to use (0,0) if it is not on the line. Substitute it into the inequality and if it is true then it represents all points on that line as true and vice versa.

we should prevent inequality by

The part that is shaded represents all the possible solutions. An inequality has solutions that are either left or righ, above or below or between two parts of a graph.

graph the inequality 5x+2y<4

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You can graph an equation or an inequality but you cannot graph an expression.