# Question #970f7

##### 1 Answer

Jun 29, 2017

NO

#### Explanation:

Answer: No

First solve the system of 2 linear equations, meaning find the coordinates of the intersection.

3x + 4 = - x - 4

4x = - 8 --> x = - 2, and

y = 3x + 4 = - 6 + 4 = - 2

Intersection M (-2, -2)

Next, find out if (-2, -2) satisfied the system of 2 quadratic inequalities, by replacing (-2, -2) in these inequalities. This means to find out if M is located in the solution set areas of these 2 inequalities.

a.

-2 > 8 - 6 = 2 . Not true

b.

Therefore, the solution (-2, -2) of the linear system is not a solution of the quadratic inequality system.