# How do you graph the system of linear inequalities #y>=-4# and #y<-2x+10#?

##### 1 Answer

See below

#### Explanation:

As for the first inequality,

graph{y>=-4 [-10, 10, -7, 2]}

On the other hand, **on** the line are such that their **exactly** **below** the line, the

To draw the line, simply find two of its points by choosing two random

Here's the graph:

graph{y<-2x+10 [-10, 10, -7, 2]}

Now, assume that you drew the inequality graphs on the same plane. Let's see that you coloured with blue the points satisfying the first inequality, and in red the points satisfying the second.

The points that solve the system are those who satisfy both equations simultaneously, and thus are red and blue at the same time: you're looking for violet points! :)