# Question #73ee7

##### 1 Answer

Are the equations *all the points* where the blue and red areas meet on the graph here.

#### Explanation:

The first inequality is ready to graph. In the attached picture, it is red. To begin, graph the line y=3x + 4. It has a y-intercept of

The line should be dotted, since the sign is "less than", not "less than or equal to". When there is no "equal to" part in an inequality, you always use a dashed line in place of a solid.

Then, since it is "less than", shade the graph *under* the line.

Next, you have to reformat

Add

Divide through by

Graph this inequality as a solid line, since "equal to" is part of the expression.

There is not one point that is *the solution* for an inequality. Here, there are an infinite number of points that satisfy the set of inequalities. They are where the blue and red areas meet in the graph.