How do you graph the system of linear inequalities #y<=4# and #x> -2#?

1 Answer
Oct 29, 2017

A solid line at y = 4 and a dotted line at x = -2. The area bounded by both of them in the bottom right is shaded.


For inequalities, the line EQUAL to a value is solid. A line NOT EQUAL to a value is dotted. The area that satisfies the expression is shaded. Non-solution areas are left blank or clear.

All values that are BOTH less than or equal to y = 4 AND greater than x = -2 are included.