Algebra 1 (Reiny)

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I desperately need guidance. Not only do I not know how to graph these systems of linear inequalities, but I also do not understand the concept whatsoever. I have watched several videos regarding the subject, but I didn't retain anything from them. Please, I desperately need your help.

Graph each system of linear inequalities. Give two ordered pairs that are solutions and two that are not.

1. y < 2x - 1
y > 2

2. x < 3
y > x - 2

3. y => 3x
3x + y => 3

4. 2x - 4y <= 8
y > x - 2

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