# How do you graph y>= -3x+4?

Jun 12, 2017

See the explanation below.

#### Explanation:

Graph:

$y \ge - 3 x + 4$

Determine several points on the line by choosing values for $x$ and solving for $y$.

Example:

$\text{Points}$

$x = 1 ,$$y = 1$

$x = 0 ,$$y = 4$

$x = - 1 ,$$y = 7$

Plot your points on a graph and draw a solid straight line through the points. Since the inequality is $>$, shade the area above the line.
graph{y>=-3x+4 [-16.22, 15.8, -6.54, 9.48]}