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i need help with graphing inequalities
ex:
y < 4 + x

  • Algebra -

    Graph y = x

    That is a line through the origin and going at 45 degrees to x axis up to the right and down to the left

    Now draw a parallel line 4 units above that one

    Now erase the first line and shade the area under the second line.

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