Algebra
posted by Lilianne .
Right now we are learning about graphing inequalities. This is hard to explain without showing you the graph, but:
Find the inequality graphed below.
Obviously, I can't show you the picture, but what I figured out that the slope was up 1, over 1/3, etc.
How would I write that into an inequality, preferably in standard form.
Thanks!

The y above will be y>1x+1/3, The y below will be y<1x+1/3
I am not certain of the sign of the 1/3 from your description. 
What do you mean by the sign?
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