Posted by **Sissy** on Sunday, May 27, 2007 at 4:57pm.

the problem is to graph

3x - y < 2

x + y > 2

my solution is y = 3x - 2, y = -1x + 2

I,m lost at where my lines ar drawn. In y = 3x - 2 (y line is 3)

and y = -1x +2 (y line is -1)

or am I totaly lost.

After continued effort I beleive

1st equation

m = 3 and y-intercept is -2

2nd question

m = -1 and y- intercept is 2

However my graph shows 2 parallel lines shading becomes an issue or am I still lost

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