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taghdh9 2022-06-15 Answered
How do you solve and graph p - 4 < - 7 ?
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Blaine Foster
Answered 2022-06-16 Author has 33 answers
Step 1
Solving algebraically:
p - 4 < - 7 (original equation)
p < - 3 (solve for p)
For this question, is p the values of x or the values of y?
I don't know what you mean by p because you can't graph p. I'm going to graph both x < - 3 and y < - 3
As you can see on both graphs, a dotted line is used, because the value of x < 3 or y y < 3 means that it can't equal to -3.
Also, the shaded region of the graph is the solution, because we are just finding all values of x that are less than -3 or all y values that are less than -3.

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