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Graphing Linear Relationships

Graphing Linear Relationships 1.8 - Solution

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a
We can determine whether is a solution by substituting it into the inequality and then simplify.
Since is greater than the ordered pair is a solution. We can verify our conclusion by graphing the inequality and the point.
b
To determine whether is a solution, we will substitute it into the inequality. If it produces a true statement, then the point is part of the solution set. If not, the point is not part of the solution set.
Since is not less than or equal to the point is a solution to the inequality. Let's verify this by graphing the inequality and the point.