Graph the solution set for the system of linear inequalities x>=3 y>=-1

Maiclubk 2020-11-05 Answered
Graph the solution set for the system of linear inequalities
x3
y1
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Answered 2020-11-06 Author has 95 answers

Auxiliary equations are x=3 and y=-1
We graph those lines first.
x=3 will be a vertical line passing through x=3
And y=-1 is a horizontal line passing through y=-1
Then shade the required inequalities.
For x3 shade the right side of x=3
For y1 we shade above y=-1.
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