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# Find a linear inequality with the following solution set.

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Find a linear inequality with the following solution set. Each grid line represents one unit.
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Dec 6, 2017

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The dotted line passes through  (4, -3)  and  (3, -4)  ,

so its slope   =   $$\frac{-4--3}{3-4}$$   =   $$\frac{-1}{-1}$$   =   1

Using the point  (4, -3)  and the slope  1 , the equation of the dotted line is

y - -3  =  1(x - 4)

y  =  x - 4 - 3

y  =  x - 7

We want our inequality's solution set to be all points on one side of this line. It will be either

y  >  x - 7     or     y  <  x - 7

Since we want  (0, 0)  to be a solution, let's test that point to find the right one.

0  >  0 - 7                            or                            0  <  0 - 7

0  >  -7      this is true.                                        0  < -7      this is false.

The inequality that has  (0, 0)  as a solution is the one we want....that is

y  >  x - 7

Dec 7, 2017

#1
+7350
+2

The dotted line passes through  (4, -3)  and  (3, -4)  ,

so its slope   =   $$\frac{-4--3}{3-4}$$   =   $$\frac{-1}{-1}$$   =   1

Using the point  (4, -3)  and the slope  1 , the equation of the dotted line is

y - -3  =  1(x - 4)

y  =  x - 4 - 3

y  =  x - 7

We want our inequality's solution set to be all points on one side of this line. It will be either

y  >  x - 7     or     y  <  x - 7

Since we want  (0, 0)  to be a solution, let's test that point to find the right one.

0  >  0 - 7                            or                            0  <  0 - 7

0  >  -7      this is true.                                        0  < -7      this is false.

The inequality that has  (0, 0)  as a solution is the one we want....that is

y  >  x - 7

hectictar Dec 7, 2017
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Question what is it in standard form?

Guest Dec 7, 2017
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y  >  x - 7

y + 7  >  x

Subtract  y  from both sides.

7  >  x - y

x - y  <  7

hectictar  Dec 9, 2017