Unformatted text preview: If the arrow is “ greater than ” (points right), shade the area above the line. If the arrow is “ less than ” (points left), shade the area below the line. Pick an easy test point . (0, 0) is usually a good choice unless it’s on the line. Substitute the coordinates of the test point into the original inequality. If you get a true statement, the test point should be in the shaded area. If you get a false statement, the test point should be in the unshaded area. Doing these in MyMathLab is fun! After you graph a solid or dashed line using the line tool, grab your paint bucket and dump it in the shaded area....
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- Spring '11
- Inequalities, Binary relation, test point