In this lesson, we learn how to solve systems of linear inequalities by graphing. The process involves solving each inequality for y, graphing the lines for each inequality, and shading the area where the lines intersect. We are given examples and practice exercises to reinforce our understanding. This lesson equips us with a valuable skill in solving real-world problems that involve multiple constraints.
This lesson discusses how to solve systems of inequalities by graphing with examples and following practice exercises.
Questions answered by this video:
How do you graph systems of linear inequalities?
How do you solve systems of linear inequalities by graphing?
How do you know where to shade inequalities?
How do you know whether to make an inequality line dashed or solid?
Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
A good explanation of graphing systems of inequalities. A good way to review how to graph lines, when to use dashed or solid lines, and how to find the intersection. Several example problems are done and explained.
I hated this video. The voice volume is such that it conflicts with the background music. I want to concentrate on the math... not sift out the content of the video (music, background visuals, etc.!!!)