# How do you solve and graph t+17>=1?

Jul 1, 2018

See below:

#### Explanation:

Let's isolate $t$ by subtracting $17$ from both sides. We will get

$t \ge - 16$

This means all values of $t$ that are greater than or equal to $- 16$ are in our solution set.

To graph this, we draw a closed circle at $t = - 16$, because this is in our solution set. We now can draw an arrow pointing to the right, which represents values of $t$ greater than $- 16$.

Hope this helps!