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Graphing Linear Inequalities

Graphing Linear Inequalities 1.7 - Solution

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Our little Ron-Jon thinks that the inequality should be shaded above the boundary line because the inequality symbol is Let's see if he is correct by isolating in the inequality. Remember that the sign should be flipped if we multiply or divide by a negative.
Since the inequality symbol is when is isolated, we need to shade below the boundary line. Hence, Ron-Jon is incorrect.