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1. Graph the linear inequality.
y≤4x

2. Graph the linear inequality.
4x+5y≤20

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    y ≤ 4x
    draw a solid straight line y = 4x, then shade in the region below the line

    4x + 5y ≤ 20
    5y ≤ -4x + 20
    y ≤ (-4/5)x + 4

    draw a solid straight line y = (-4/5)x + 4 , then shade in the region below the line

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