Algebra
posted by Emma .
Use a graphing calculator or a computer to graph the system of inequalities. Give the coordinates of each vertex of the solution region.
5x3y is greater than or equal to 7
x2y is greater than or equal to 3
3x+y is greater than or equal to 9
x+5y is less than or equal to 7
I don't get how you do this problem please help.

We have no idea what kind of graphic calculator you are to use, nor could we show it on here.
But, the amazing Wolfram site gave me this
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+5x3y+≥+7%3B++x2y+≥+3%3B++3x%2By+≥+9+%3B+x%2B5y+≤+7++
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