How do you solve this system of inequalities: #7x + 2y < - 2 and - 4x + 3y \geq 3#? Algebra Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Compound Inequalities 1 Answer Skewd · Stefan V. Jun 21, 2018 Answer: Graph each inequality separately, the overlap of the shaded areas is your solution. Explanation: Solve each equation for y ,#y<2x+3# for example, then graph each one. Test a point in each equation to find which side of each inequality to shade. Related questions How do you solve compound inequalities? What is an example of an inequality that uses "and" and what inequality uses "or"? How do you graph #-40 \le y < 60# on a number line? How do you solve for x in #3x-5 < x + 9 \le 5x + 13 #? How do you solve #9-2x \le 3 or 3x+10 \le 6-x#? How do you solve for b given #6+b<8 or b+6 \ge 6#? How do you graph #x ≥ 4# or #x > -4#? How do you solve the compound inequality #-20≤-6m-2≤58# and graph its solution? How do you graph #-53<9v+1<-26#? How do you graph this inequality: #15<x<30#? See all questions in Compound Inequalities Impact of this question 289 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License