# How do you graph the inequality -4y<4x-24?

Graph the straight line $y = 6 - x$. Shade the region above ( in the positive direction of y-axis ) this line and excluding the line, and enter therein $- 4 y < 4 x - 24$.
Divide by the negative factor $- 4$ of y and reverse the inequality sign, from < to >.
So, the inequality can be rearranged to the simple form $y > 6 - x$
.For any (x, y) location above this line (in the positive y-direction ), $y > 6 - x$ and this is equivalent to $- 4 y < 4 x - 24$. Mul