How do you solve #y>4x#?

1 Answer
May 20, 2018

Solving #y>4x# means that y must be greater than. So any numbers greater than 0, would follow the rule.


If we were to plug in any negative number like -1, that would give us -4 which isn't true to the inequality rule that we want.

So any infinite positive values over 0 would work like 1. 4(1) = 4. 4 is greater which follow the rule. So there are infinite positive numbers to plug in.