Graph each inequality as if it was stated in "y="
form. If the inequality is < or > a
dotted line must be used to represent the line. If the
inequality is __<__ or __>__, a solid line is used.
Choose a test point to determine which side
of the line needs to be shaded. The test point for this
problem was (0,0). Always pick a point that is easy to work
with.
For the test point (0,0),
0 < 2(0)-3 False
0 (-2/3)0+2
False
Since both equations were false, shading
occurred on the other side of the line, not covering the point.
The solution, **
S**,
is where the two shadings overlap one another. |