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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Graph the area bounded by. . . .

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
\[(y <\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }x+6),(x+3y \ge12),(x \ge0),(x \le12)\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):
first, ignore the inequality signs, pretend they are equal signs. now what can you graph.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
three of them

OpenStudy (anonymous):
i mean 1

OpenStudy (anonymous):
which one can you graph

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
what does the equation x=0 look like on a graph

OpenStudy (anonymous):
did I say something wrong?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I'm sorry

OpenStudy (anonymous):
no sorry i was doing an essay for AP Lit

OpenStudy (anonymous):
oh sorry, good lick on your essay

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
luck, sorry

OpenStudy (anonymous):
lol thanks

OpenStudy (anonymous):
np, do u need help with the second equation up there?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ya

OpenStudy (anonymous):
i got \[y \ge4-x\]

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
close, you divide both sides by 3, or multiply them by 1/3
if the coeficient of x is -1 then what do you do

OpenStudy (anonymous):
-1/3x?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes, so if you put it in standard form (y=mx+b) what does it look like

OpenStudy (anonymous):
y= -1/3x +4

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes, that's awesome. so do you know how to graph inequalities?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
sorry computer was being horrible. Anyways open and closed?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
? um yes. open meaning dotted? open (--------) like that. do you know how to shade?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):
so do you get it. or do you need something else explaned

OpenStudy (anonymous):
i think i got it. Thank you!