# How do you graph the system of linear inequalities x+y<6 and x>=-2?

Feb 27, 2018

See graph.

#### Explanation:

$x + y < 6$ is equivalent to: $y < - x + 6$
This graph would be the line y = -x+6, not including the line (so draw it dashed) and all of the area beneath the line (since y is less than).

$x \setminus \ge q - 2$ would be a vertical line at $x = - 2$ and the inclusion of anything to the right of the line (greater than).

See this link for the actual graph.