Modern intermediate algebra

Modern intermediate algebra

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Figure 6.5-6 ii?a#39; _l The graph of a linear inequality is a region that is a closed or an open half-plane. To see how such a region is determined, let us sketch the graph of the linear inequality x a€”y + 3 $0, which we first write in the equivalent form y2x+3. (Z) In Figure ... 3) || I | I I I P, (k, m) | I , , L, I 6 X x =k alt;1(8) consider any vertical line x = k that intersects line /. Let P1(k, k + 3) be the ... In actual practice, sketching the graph of a linear inequality usually requires just two steps. Figure 6.5-7 l.

Title:Modern intermediate algebra
Author: Herman R. Hyatt, Murray Gechtman, James Hardesty
Publisher: - 1972

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