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Which statements are true about the linear inequality y >3/4 x – 2? Check all that apply. -The slope of the line is –2. -The graph of y >3/4 x – 2 is a dashed line. -The area below the line is shaded. -One solution to the inequality is (0, 0). -The graph intercepts the y-axis at (0, –2).

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Brandon Scott on July 10, 2018

we haveusing a chart of the tool see annex figureThe solution is the shadow of the areaStatementsA The slope of the line is .The statement is FalseBecause the slope of the line is equal to B, The graph is a dotted lineThe statement is TrueThe graph of the inequality is a dashed line, because it has no equal signs in the problemC The area below the line is shadedThe statement is FalseBecause The solution is the area above the dashed lined of A solution to the inequality is The statement is TruebecauseFor and substitute in the inequality --------> inequality is satisfiedE The graph intercepts the y-axis in The declaration is Truesee the attached figure


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