Determine graphically the solution set for the system of inequalities: x+y <= 4 2x+y <= 6 2x−y >= −1 x >= 0, y >= 0

FizeauV 2021-02-02 Answered
Determine graphically the solution set for the system of inequalities:
x+y4
2x+y6
2xy1
x0,y0
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Answered 2021-02-03 Author has 110 answers
Draw the graph of the lines
x+y=4
2x+y=6
2xy=1
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