How to Graph a System of Linear Inequalities of Direct Variation?

Answer Direct variation occurs when y is greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, or less than or equal to a constant of proportionality times x. Both members of a system of linear inequalities,... Read More »

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How to Graph Linear Equations & Functions With Direct Variation?

If two variables, "x" and "y," are related in a way in which the ratio of their values is identical, they are said to possess direct variation. (See Reference 1) These variables increase or decreas... Read More »

How to Graph a System of Three Linear Inequalities?

In Algebra class, you often have to graph systems of two linear inequalities and find the point at which the two intersect. Graphing a system of three linear inequalities, though, requires you to i... Read More »

How to Graph Linear Inequalities When X=0?

In your algebra classes, you will often have to graph linear inequalities, or expressions that take the form ax+by. When graphing linear inequalities, you should treat them as linear equations, ide... Read More »

How to Graph Linear Inequalities?

A linear equation is an equation that makes a line when graphed. A linear inequality is the same type of expression with an inequality sign rather than an equals sign. For example, the general for... Read More »