solve the following system of linear equations using any algebric method. 8x-6y=14,12x-9y=18. graph the inequalites `y<(-3)/(2x+4)` and `(2x+y)<10``y>-1` .

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Try to solve the system of equations by graphing:

The lines are parallel so there is no solution.

The graph for `y<(-3)/(2x+4)` is

The inequality is valid for all points under the curves.

Graph for 2x+y<10 and y<-1:

The inequality is valid for all y values to the left...

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Try to solve the system of equations by graphing:

The lines are parallel so there is no solution.

The graph for `y<(-3)/(2x+4)` is

The inequality is valid for all points under the curves.

Graph for 2x+y<10 and y<-1:

 

The inequality is valid for all y values to the left and below the lines.

 

 

 

 

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