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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by G on Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 10:12am.

My book uses the slope y-intercept method for graphing.

I am trying to graph the following:

y>3/2x-5/2
(sign > is greater then or equal to)

The way I understand it I would start on the Y axis at 0 and go down 5 and then to the right 2 for the -5/2. Then I would go up 3 and to the right 2 for the 3/2. The book shows(0,3/2) and (2,-7/2) as the coordinates. I have tried several different ways. I do not arrive at these coordinates.

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