# How do you graph #y < 7/3x + 52/3#?

##### 1 Answer

Dec 5, 2017

Draw a dotted straight line graph and shade the area below the graph.

#### Explanation:

Graphing a linear inequality is the same as graphing a straight line.

In this case, the

The straight line will be drawn as a dotted line. The shaded area indicating the required region will be BELOW the line.

Use the origin as a point to check:

For

graph{y< 7/3x+52/3 [-28.54, 51.46, -7.88, 32.12]}