Linear Equations II

Hong Kong

Stage 4 - Stage 5

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When graphing an inequality in two variables, what do we use if the inequality contains either $<$< or $>$>?

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When graphing an inequality in two variables, what do we use if the inequality contains either $\le$≤ or $\ge$≥?

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Less than a minute

What are vertices?

Does the test point $\left(0,0\right)$(0,0) satisfy the inequality $-2x-3y\ge6$−2`x`−3`y`≥6?

Do the points on the graph of $-2x-3y=6$−2`x`−3`y`=6 lie on the graph of $-2x-3y>6$−2`x`−3`y`>6?

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