# How do you graph the inequality #2x + 3y> 6#?

##### 1 Answer

Sep 17, 2016

Draw a dashed line and shade above the line.

#### Explanation:

Draw the straight line graph of

Use the intercept method:

For the

For the

Now that you have the two intercepts you can draw the line.

However because the inequality sign

To show the solution, you need to shade one side of the line.

In this case shade the wanted region.

To decide which side, test with the origin

Shade the area which does NOT include the origin.

(ie shade above the line) for the solution/