# How do you graph #0<=x-y<=2#?

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Aug 10, 2017

#### Answer:

See below

#### Explanation:

This represents two inequalities, namely:

and

First let's consider (i):

This inequality is represented graphically by all points on the

Similarly for (ii):

This inequality is represented graphically by all points on the

Combining these two results produces the graph below.

graph{(x-y)(x-y-2)<=0 [-11.25, 11.25, -5.63, 5.62]}