Mathematics, 02.11.2020 20:50 sammizwang

# Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs.
Match each system of inequalities to the graph representing its solution set.

y − x > 1 and 2x + y ≤ 2

x + y ≥ -3 and 5x – y ≤ -3

2x – y ≤ -1 and x + 2y < 4

4x – 3y < 12 and x + 3y ≥ 6

Answer from: Quest

they can both be solutions depends on the equation

step-by-step explanation:

what is the equation? ?

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1. sometimes

2. never true

3. sometimes

step-by-step explanation:

these are pretty self explanatory if you know what supp right and com angles are

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look at photo

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3 4 7 12 19

+1 +3 +5 +6

i would guess 26 because this isnt a sequential pattern or its to short to know

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