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

##### 1 Answer

Draw the line then shade where it is true. See below.

#### Explanation:

Strategy: Figure out what the line would look like using

Step 1. Graph the line

Rewrite this equation with

Slope:

graph{y=3/2x+3}

Step 2. Find some points where

Try the point

**Do not** shade this side of the line.

Try the point

**do** shade this side of the line.

Because the inequality is

graph{2y-3x>6}