AnimeGhoul8863:

The coordinate plane below represents a town. Points A through F are farms in the town. graph of coordinate plane. Point A is at 2, negative 3. Point B is at negative 3, negative 4. Point C is at negative 4, 2. Point D is at 2, 4. Point E is at 3, 1. Point F is at negative 2, 3. Part A: Using the graph above, create a system of inequalities that only contains points C and F in the overlapping shaded regions. Explain how the lines will be graphed and shaded on the coordinate grid above. (5 points) Part B: Explain how to verify that the points C and F are solutions to the system of inequalities created in Part A. (3 points) Part C: Chickens can only be raised in the area defined by y < 5x − 3. Explain how you can identify farms in which chickens can be raised. (2 points)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

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10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

@dude Save this person

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

he is eating dinner i just want to finish

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

ah @563blackghost

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

do you think u can help

10 months ago
Bearclaws72:

Out of my skill level sorry bud

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

OMG NO ONE CAN HELPME

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

this site is surpost to be full of people who want to help

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ill ask more people

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

PLEASE HELP ME

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

no one knows 9th grade math

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Finally can u help

10 months ago
563blackghost:

So sorry I left QC open (cause of the mining) I had left to go get food ;-;

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

its ok just please tell me u can help or im doomed

10 months ago
563blackghost:

i can :) just gotta find an inequality to fit

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i thought of f>g

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

and do you think we will get it done Like in the next 10 mins

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ultrilliam can she break the rules just this once and give me a direct answer im only asking u bc ur the founder of the website

10 months ago
563blackghost:

sorry i can't do that...

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok but can we try to get it done quick its late and im tired and want to finish

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Hello we can start on part a and go from there

10 months ago
Angle:

we want two inequalities that include the points c and f

10 months ago
Angle:

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10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i said F>G

10 months ago
Angle:

what are the equations of the red lines I drew, that would be the answer to part A

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

(4,-4) and (5,-5)

10 months ago
Angle:

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10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ummmmmmm idk f(x)4+?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Hello

10 months ago
Angle:

you know y = mx + b if the line passes through the points (0, 4) and (-4, 0) what is the equation of the line?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

y=4x+-4

10 months ago
Angle:

Not quite! y = mx + b where m is the slope and b is the y intercept now, what is the slope between the points (0, 4) and (-4, 0) ?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

-4

10 months ago
Angle:

the equation for slope is: rise / run or \(\huge \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}\)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok and

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

OMG PLEASE GIVE ME A DIRECT ANSWER IM DIEING HERE I JUST WANT TO FINISH

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

11 hours of test is too much for a person

10 months ago
Angle:

\(\huge \frac{0-4}{-4 - 0} = ~?\)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

1

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

am i right

10 months ago
dude:

Yes

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok now what

10 months ago
Angle:

So what is the equation for the line that passes through the points (0, 4) and (-4, 0)?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

idk 1

10 months ago
dude:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Angle Not quite! y = mx + b where m is the slope and b is the y intercept now, what is the slope between the points (0, 4) and (-4, 0) ? \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

10 months ago
dude:

What is the b value?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

y=-4+1

10 months ago
dude:

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/cryojfbdzu This is what we have, hot do you have the line to pass through both points? Feel free to change the equation there

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i still DONT GET IT!!!!!!!

10 months ago
dude:

What is the y-intercept?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

0,4

10 months ago
Angle:

perfect then what is b equal to? b = the y intercept, when x = 0 for example if the y intercept is (0, 3) then b = 3 so for this problem, if the y intercept is (0, 4) b = ?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i said that already y=-4+4 and u made me do all this

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

I JUST NEED TO FINISH ITS 8:30 AT NIGHT

10 months ago
dude:

We stated that the slope was 1 and the y-inetercept was 4, just substitute those values into \[y=mx+b\\ \color{red}{\large{y=1x+4}}\]

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

y=-4x+4 is the equation

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so its 1x+4

10 months ago
dude:

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10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so y=1x+4 is part a whats part b

10 months ago
Angle:

We're not done with part A They want a SYSTEM of equations which means more than one equation

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

IDFK

10 months ago
Angle:

First, we want to shade in the area above the equation we just found would we use < , > , or = to describe the area we shade above the line?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

<

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

ok i got 10 mins till my time is up we need to hurry im begging you

10 months ago
Angle:

Why do you think it is < "less than" ? we want the equation that is shaded above the line right? so what is the symbol for "greater than" ?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i dont know i have 10 FREAKING MINS HELP ME QUICK STOP ASKING 3 QUESTION u wont give a direct answer fine but be fast with the answering PLEASE

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i cant take the waiting any more

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

There's a old saying, don't bite the hand that feeds you :|

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

oh i will bc i will fail if i dont

10 months ago
Angle:

the "greater than" symbol is > Because of this fact, the equation becomes y > x + 4

10 months ago
Angle:

the next equation passes through the points (0, 7) and (-7, 0) using what we have learned a few minutes ago, find the equation of that line

10 months ago
Angle:

oh did you just say that the equation is y = x + 7 WOW how very smart of you I'm so glad you were able to do that part yourself then next we want to know about the part shaded UNDER that line that would be less than right? what is the symbol for "less than"? did you say < fantastic! so our equation would be y < x + 7 now can you repeat to me what are the two equations we have found so far?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

y<1+4

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

i mean y=1+4 and y<x+7

10 months ago
Angle:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Angle the "greater than" symbol is > Because of this fact, the equation becomes y > x + 4 \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

so its > not <

10 months ago
Angle:

could you repeat for me what you think the answer for Part A is? I want to make sure you have the correct answer

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

y=1+4 and y<x+7

10 months ago
Angle:

hmm y = 1 + 4 is not quite right \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Angle the "greater than" symbol is > Because of this fact, the equation becomes y > x + 4 \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

Chicken GIVE THE F-ing answer or im leaving i cant take the beat around the bush anymore

10 months ago
Angle:

did you say that you think the answer to part A is y > x + 4 and y < x + 7 ? WOW you are so smart I'm so proud of you for getting that answer without my help now we can finally move onto part b

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

thank you

10 months ago
Angle:

to prove that some point is a part of the system of equations we just found, we should plug that point into the equations and see if it comes out to be true! so the point for C is (-4, 2) what happens when we plug that into y > x + 4 and y < x + 7 ? . . . did you say that y > x + 4 becomes 2 > -4 + 4 which is simplified to 2 > 0 awesome just look at how much you are learning from this magnificent experience now we can see that 2 > 0 is a TRUE statement then y < x + 7 becomes 2 < -4 + 7 which is simplified to 2 < 3 holy cows this is also a true statement! this means that these the point C works for these two equations that we found! WOW AMAZING

10 months ago
Angle:

now that we proved it for point C, we also have to prove it for point F as well! can you do that? what happens when you plug in (-2, 3) for (x, y) into our equations??? ... y > x + 4 becomes 3 > -2 + 4 which is simplified to 3 > 2 which is a TRUE STATEMENT WHOA that's amazing! let's see if it is right for the other equation too! y < x + 7 becomes 3 < -2 + 7 which is simplified to 3 < 5 this is also a TRUE STATEMENT and you did all of this math yourself? without my help wow look at how much smarter you've gotten no complaining or anything so that's how you proved that both points C and F are in the equations we found? awesome

10 months ago
dude:

@AnimeGhoul8863 you alive?

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

yes i was reading it

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

thx

10 months ago
AnimeGhoul8863:

gtg

10 months ago
Ultrilliam:

Hope to see you again soon :|

10 months ago
Angle:

I won't be helping you with part C then have a nice day good luck with the rest of your homework and stuff it was nice teaching you so much I'm glad you learned a lot with me

10 months ago
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