Can You Explain How To Graph Each Inequality? Y > 3x-1 And Y

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Only one inequality is given. To graph it, you graph the line as though it were an equation (y=3x-1), then look to see where the valid values of y are in relation to the expression on the right. In this case, y is greater than (>) 3x-1, so the solution set of the inequality is the half-plane above (greater than) the line you just graphed. Because the symbol is > rather than ≥, the line is not part of the graph of the solution set. It merely identifies the boundary.

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