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Solve for y .

3 x + y –2

4 x + 5 y 9

Use the graph of y 3 x – 1 shown.

Is (1, 3) a solution of the inequality?

Find the ordered pair(s) that is a solution to the inequality, y 4 – x .

a. (–3, 3) b. (7, –2) c. (2, 2)

Find the ordered pair(s) that is a solution to the inequality, 3 x y – 5.

a. (9, 15) b. (3, 9) c. (–1, –7)

Express the equation of the boundary line in slope–intercept form. Say whether the boundary line is solid or dashed.

y – 4 5 x

6 x – 3 y 12

Give the equation of the boundary line.

2 x + y –5

– x y – 5

Draw the graph of the inequality.

y 5 x – 4

y – x + 7.

x – y 8

x – 3 y –15

x + y 8

6 x + 3 y 18

4 y – 5 3 x – 6

3( x + y ) 5 x + 9

Is the graph shown the graph of the following inequality?

–2 x – y –1

Show all the solutions of the problem by graphing a linear inequality.

A number is greater than or equal to four times another number . Find the numbers.

Graph the inequality which represents the statement:

The sum of one number and three times another number is less than 15.

List several solutions.

Give an inequality describing the given graph.