# SOLUTION: GRAPH THE FOLLOWING INEQUALITY: 4X+Y>4 (THERE IS A LITTLE LINE UNDER THE >)

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 Question 106517: GRAPH THE FOLLOWING INEQUALITY: 4X+Y>4 (THERE IS A LITTLE LINE UNDER THE >)Answer by stanbon(57952)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!GRAPH THE FOLLOWING INEQUALITY: 4X+Y>4 (THERE IS A LITTLE LINE UNDER THE >) -------------- Rearrange the inequality: y >= -4x + 4 --------------- You first have to graph the boundary with is y = -4x+4 --------------- The graph of the inequality (y>-4x+4)) is the half-plane above the boundary line. ============= Cheers, Stan H.