Algebra
posted by Linda .
How do I graph how to raph y>=4/3 (greater than or equal to)
I don't understand what to do when the y is negative
Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

divide by 1 both sides
y<= 4/3
now draw the line y=4/3
the solution is all below this line.
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