How do you graph #x+6y<=-5#?
Whenever your equation contains a greater/lesser than OR equal to sign, you will have to shade whichever regions satisfy the equation on the graph.
To begin, you must get y on a side by itself.
To begin your graph you must look at your y intercept,
From your y intercept,
After your points are plotted. Remember, you must check which side of your line to shade. Plug in a point above or below the line and check if the equation is true. If the equation is proven true with the example points, then the side with the correct points is shaded.
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