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Our little Ron-Jon thinks that the inequality
$x−5y≥2$
should be shaded above the boundary line because the inequality symbol is $≥.$ Let's see if he is correct by isolating $y$ in the inequality. Remember that the sign should be flipped if we multiply or divide by a negative.
Since the inequality symbol is $≤$ when $y$ is isolated, we need to shade below the boundary line. Hence, Ron-Jon is incorrect.