Determine whether the orderred pair is a solution to the system of inequlities x+y<4 y<=2x+1 a. (0,1) b. (3,1) c. (2,0) d. (1,4)

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Determine whether the orderred pair is a solution to the system of inequlities
x+y<4
y2x+1
a. (0,1)
b. (3,1)
c. (2,0)
d. (1,4)
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Answered 2021-02-01 Author has 119 answers

Step 1. Graph of the inequlities
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Step 2. Checking at the boundary points:
x+y<4
y2x+1
At (1,3)
1+3<4 not true
321+1 true
point (1,3) is not solution
At(0,1)
0+1<4 true
120+1 true
point (0,1) is solution

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