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In 2-dimensional space, an equality could be represented by a line. A set of equalities would be represented by a set of lines. If these lines intersected at a single point, that point would be the solution to the set of equations.

With inequalities, instead of a line you get a region - one side of the line representing the corresponding equality (or the other). The line, itself, may be included or excluded. Each inequality can be represented by a region and, if these regions overlap, any point within that sub-region is a solution to the system of inequalities.

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