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The equation y = 2x + 6 is a linear equation because it is the graph of a straight line and each time x increases by 1 unit. y increases by 2 .

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How to Determine the Type of Line to Draw Inequality Symbol > or < > or < Type of Line Dotted Line Solid Line .

Dotted 2.5 a.2 a. y > ¼x .1. Dotted . Solid b. Solid b. y > 3x .

< or > < or > .Choose the inequality symbol for the line shown.

< or > < or > .Choose the inequality symbol for the line shown.

If the inequality is: y > mx + b Shade or Above the line y > mx + b y < mx + b or y < mx + b Below the line .

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y . Graph the line y = x .2. 1. Since y >. shade above the line.2. Graph y > x .a. x 2.

shade below the line. Since y <.2. Graph the line y = x .2. x 2. y .Graph y < x . 1.b.

but make the line dotted. x 2. y . 1. Graph y > x . Since y >. shade above the line.2.2. Graph the line y = x .c.

Graph y < x . but make the line dotted. Since y <. 1. shade below the line.d. Graph the line y = x .2. x 2.2. y .

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Graph y > -½x + 3 Type of line: Solid Dotted Shade ___ the line. Above Below y .

y < 1/3 x + 2 y < 1/3 x + 2 x y > 1/3 x + 2 y > 1/3 x + 2 y .Choose the correct inequality for the graph shown.

Where to Shade for Undefined or No Slopes: The inequality must be in x  # (no y) format. .  can be: >. or <. <. >.

If the inequality is: x># Shade To the or Right of the line x># x<# or x<# Left of the line .

y . x 2. Draw a dotted vertical line at x = -2. Shade to the right of the line.Graph x > -2 1.

1. x 2. Graph the line X = -2. Shade to the left of the line.Graph x < -2. y .

-3) b) (5.x ≤ 4 2. Which ordered pair is a solution of 5x . -2) d) (3. Graph the following: 1. 4) 2. 3x – y > -2 (0. State whether the given point belongs to the inequality: True or False 1. 3) B.A. 5) c) (1.y > 3 . -1) C.2y ≤ 6? a) (0. y – 3 > x (2.

5) (1. (0.2y ≤ 6? A.A. -2) (3. B. -3) (5. D. 3) . Which ordered pair is a solution of 5x . C.

y – 3 > x (2.B. State whether the given point belongs to the graph of the inequality: 1. 3x – y > -2 (0. -1) false 3(0) – (-1) > -2 0 + 1 > -2 1 > -2 true . 4) 4–3>2 1>2 2.

Use (0. Graph x ≤ 4 1.1. y 5 x -5 -5 5 . Graph the inequality x ≤ 4 in a coordinate plane. 0) as a test point.  Shade where the solutions will be. Decide whether to use a solid or dashed line.

Graph: y > 3 y 5 x -5 -5 5 .2.

4y > 12 in a coordinate plane.3.  Sketch the boundary line of the graph.4y > 12 Graph 3x .  y 5 x -5 -5 5 . Graph 3x .

Let’s try •B #’s 4 and 5 •C #’s 10 and 11 .Assignment: Notebook: Answer Our World of Math 8 Page 177 .