Posted by **Marla** on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 1:03pm.

graph of two infinite lines that intersect at a point. One line is solid and goes through the points (0, 2) (negative 2, 4) and is shaded in below the line. The other line is solid, and goes through the points (0, 2) (2, 0) and is shaded in below the line.

A. y less than or greater to -2x + 3

y less than or greater to x + 3

B. y greater than or equal to -2x + 3

y greater than or equal to x + 3

C. y less than or greater to -3x + 2

y less than or greater to -x + 2

D. y > -2x + 3

y > x + 3

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