# How do you graph linear inequalities in two variables?

##### 1 Answer

The best way (when possible!) is to express the inequality bringing all the terms involing a variable on the left, and all the terms involving the other variable on the right. In the end, you'll have an inequality of the form

For example, consider the inequality

In this form, it would be very hard to say which points satisfy the inequality, but with some manipulations we obtain

Now, the graph of

graph{y<3x/{x^2+1} [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Note that if you have