# SOLUTION: Can you help me graph this inequality? 3x - 2y < 6 First find out the boundaries of 3x-2y<6 Consider 3x-2y=6--------(1) Use x and y intercepts, Put x=0 in equation (1) -2y=6

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 Question 197041: Can you help me graph this inequality? 3x - 2y < 6 First find out the boundaries of 3x-2y<6 Consider 3x-2y=6--------(1) Use x and y intercepts, Put x=0 in equation (1) -2y=6 ==> y=-3 So y intercept = (0,-3) Now put y=0 in equation (1) 3x=6 ==> x=2 x intercept = (2,0) Since the inequality is <, Plot the graph by dotted line using x and y intercepts. substitute (0,0) in 3x-2y<6 ==> 0<6 is true So solution is the portion of the graph including (0,0) Answer by mathsteacher(28)   (Show Source):