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Concept

Linear Inequality

A linear inequality is an inequality involving a linear relation in one or two variables, usually $x$ and $y.$ An example of a linear inequality is $9x+3y\leq6.$ Linear inequalities are similar to linear equations, but, whereas the solutions to a linear equation are all the coordinates that lie on the line, the solution set to a linear inequality is a region containing one half of the coordinate plane.