# How do you graph #y>1/3x+5#?

##### 1 Answer

Jun 7, 2017

See explanation.

#### Explanation:

First, let's recall the definition of a linear inequality. A linear inequality is a linear function with one of the symbols of inequality

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graph{y=1/3x+5 [-12.92, 7.08, -1, 9]}

After that, we must determine whether to shade the upper bound of the linear equation or the lower bound. Since it is

graph{y>1/3x+5 [-12.92, 7.08, -1, 9]}

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