Posted by **Aman** on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 6:48pm.

Responding back as requested:

This is all I was provided

Solve the folowing system of linear inequalities by graphing.

x + 2y is less than or equal to 3

2x - 3y is less than or equal to 6

I would change the inequality into slope intercept form and treat it like an equation.

y = mx + b

The first inequality would be:

y < -x/2 + 3/2

I'll leave the rest to you.

I hope this helps. If not, repost with further questions. Thanks for asking.

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