MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Choose the graph below that represents the following system of inequalities: y ≥ −3x + 1 y ≥ 1 over 2x + 3 A) Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded above the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded above the line. B) Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded below the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded above the line. C) Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded below the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded below the line. D) Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded above the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded below the line.

Accepted Solution

A:

we have that

the following system of inequalities:

y ≥ −3x + 1

y ≤ (1/2)x + 3

using a graph tool

see the attached figure

the answer is the option

B)Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded below the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded above the line

the following system of inequalities:

y ≥ −3x + 1

y ≤ (1/2)x + 3

using a graph tool

see the attached figure

the answer is the option

B)Graph of two lines that intersect at one point. Both lines are solid. One line passes through points negative 2, 2 and 0, 3 and is shaded below the line. The other line passes through points 0, 1 and 1, negative 2 and is shaded above the line