Posted by **Raj** on Tuesday, November 28, 2006 at 9:48pm.

Solving it would give u x = -4...but I am not sure how you would graph that. You see, a linear inequality is an inequality that has one of the following four forms:

Ax + By < C

Ax + By > C

Ax + By < C

Ax + By > C

PLZ!Somebody tell me the answer!

PLZZZ!

umm,,

It says Solve each inequality. Graph the solution.

-3x>12

Sorry, the last two forms are:

Ax + By <= C

Ax + By => C

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