# How do you graph  y>=-1  and x>=3?

Jun 15, 2018

They are both lines on the coordinate plane. Their intersection is the area common to both of them.

#### Explanation:

Because they both include the variable, the drawn lines will be solid.
$y \ge - 1$ is a line at $y = - 1$ and the area shaded to the top.

$x \ge 3$ is a line at $x = 3$ and the area shaded to the right.

The intersection is the lines from the point (3,-1) up and to the right, and the area shaded between them.