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Trinity.allen
Graphs and Relations
Trinity.allen VCE Further Mathematics — 30/08/17 1

hi two lines x-2y>=-4 and 3x-y>=3 it asks for a point that satisfies both inequalities which is the intersection point but it doesnt show on the multiple choice... Am i missing something? Thanks.


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StudyclixVIC
StudyclixVIC — 30/08/17
Hi Trinity, Note the inequality signs on the two lines. This means that as long as the point is within those specified regions, it satisfies the equation. Choose the multiple choice option that satisfies both equations! George.
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