Math Help please
posted by T.T on .
Solve the following system of linear inequalities by graphing. 3x – y < 2
x + y > 2
we cannot draw graphs for you here. I will instead describe how to do this problem.
Draw the lines y = 3x -2 and y = -x +2 on a graph. The y-intercepts are -2 and =2 respectively, and the lines slope in opposite directions. The wedged-shaped solution region lies above both of these lines, since y>3x-2 and y>-x+2