How do you graph the inequality # x-4y>8#?

1 Answer
May 1, 2018

graph{x-4y>8 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}


The above graph is the solution for #x-4y>8#
It can be obtained by the following method.
First let x = 0, then #y<-2#.
So now we mark the point (0,-2)
We do a similar process with y=0 and get the point (8,0)
We then join the two lines and the solutions for the inequality is the region under the line (not on the line).