## Which is the graph of the linear inequality 2x – 3y < 12? On a coordinate plane, a solid straight line has a positive slope a

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Which is the graph of the linear inequality 2x – 3y < 12?

On a coordinate plane, a solid straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the right of the line is shaded.

On a coordinate plane, a dashed straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the right of the line is shaded.

On a coordinate plane, a dashed straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the left of the line is shaded.

On a coordinate plane, a solid straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the left of the line is shaded.

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2 weeks 2021-11-21T10:36:58+00:00 2 Answers 0

1. b

Step-by-step explanation:

2. On a coordinate plane, a dashed straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the left of the line is shaded.

Step-by-step explanation:

1) This is our inequality: 2) Since its first member is lesser than we’ll trace a  dashed line for the left side is not included.

3) The slope is the parameter that follow the x variable, in this case 2.

4) Plugging the points. To verify:  These points do not belong to the inequality, so the dashed line pass through these points.

Then it’s

On a coordinate plane, a dashed straight line has a positive slope and goes through (0, negative 4) and (3, negative 2). Everything to the left of the line is shaded.