# How do you graph y-x<=3?

Aug 6, 2017

A solid line is used to define the inequality.

$y \le x + 3$

#### Explanation:

Treat this in exactly the same way as the equation of a straight line.

However, instead of the solution being only along the line itself, any point below the line will also be a solution for the inequality.

$y - x \le 3 \text{ } \Rightarrow y \le x + 3$

graph{y <= x+3 [-7.33, 12.67, -1.24, 8.76]}