Graph Linear Inequalities 2 variables Part 2

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Part 2 of graphing linear inequalities with 2 variables.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you graph linear inequalities in a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph y <= 2x - 3?
  • How do you graph x + y > 3?
  • How do you know whether a line should be dashed or solid in linear inequalities?
  • How do you know which side of the line to shade in a linear inequality?
  • How do you know which point to pick to determine which side of the line to shade?
  • How can you check to make sure the side of the line you shaded was correct?
  • Is there an easy way to know which side of the line to shade without plugging in a point?
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    This lesson picks up where the last lesson left off, showing a couple of more examples of graphing linear inequalities in a coordinate plane. First, the lines are graphed, determining whether the line should be dashed or solid, and then one side of the line is shaded. All steps are explained for each problem.