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Solve by graphing. Check your solution.

y > 2
y > -x + 2

Am I supposed to graph this one on a line or on an actual graph? Thank you.

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    An actual graph. Plot the two "equal" lines and shade the regions above each ine. The answer is the region above BOTH lines. It will be wedge shaped, with the point where the lines intersect

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