Graph Linear Inequality when Test Point is False

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Graphing a linear inequality when your test point is false

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Questions answered by this video:
  • Why is it benefical to write an inequality like an equation in the slope intercept form?
  • How do you find the y-intercept and the slope in an inequality?
  • How do you use a test point to graph an inequality?
  • What is a good point to use when graphing an inequality?
  • How do you know when to draw your line in an inequality with a dashed or solid line?
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    This is a faced paced one example of how to graph an inequlity.