# Linear Inequality + graphing?

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don't quite understand how to go about finding the answer to this problem. I have to find two different points for a line, graph it, and also above or below the line to show the relationship. How do I go about doing this?

The equation is: 3y-8x >24

• Linear Inequality + graphing? -

y>8/3 x+8 so graph the line
y=8/3 x + 8. Above that line is y>8/3 x+8
and below it....is y<8/3 x + 8

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