How do you graph the inequality on a coordinate plane #5x-2y>= -10#?

1 Answer
Oct 20, 2017

See below for explanation


If you are able to graph a regular linear equation, then simply transpose the equation so that y is the subject.


Remember that when you divide by a negative number you have the change the direction of the inequality sign

Now graph the function #y=5-5/2x# and then shade the area below the line to indicate a less than.

graph{yle5-5/2x [-10, 10, -5, 5]}