Posted by **Linda** on Monday, June 4, 2007 at 3:22pm.

Please check my answer.

Solve the system of linear equalities graphically.

3x-y<=6

x>=1

y<=3

For the answer I have:

Equation in slope intercept form:

Equation 1:y-intercept as ordered pair=> (0, -6)

Equation 1: x-intercept as an ordered pair=> (2,0)

Do I have the ordered pairs correct?

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