In this lesson, Julie Harland teaches how to graph linear inequalities with two variables by demonstrating the process with two examples. The first is y≤2x-3, where the solid line y=2x-3 is part of the solution, and the second is x+y>3, where the dotted line x+y=3 is not part of the solution. She emphasizes the importance of choosing the right side of the line to shade and suggests checking one ordered pair to ensure accuracy.
Part 2 of graphing linear inequalities with 2 variables.
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