# How do you graph the inequality 3x-y<=6 , x>1 and y<=3?

Feb 20, 2018

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#### Explanation:

$x > 1 \to$ dotted line parallel to y-axis passing through $x = 1$
$y \le 3$ full line parallel to the x-axis passing through $y = 3$

$3 x - y \le 6$ plot a solid line for $y = 3 x - 6$

The area of feasible solutions is that which satisfies all these criteria.

A solid line indicates that you use the points on the line.
A dotted line means you can not use the points on the line