Math Problem Statement
Below are two inequalities and the graphs of their lines without the shading. By imagining where the shading should be, identify which point would satisfy BOTH inequalities. y, is less than, minus, x, minus, 4 y<−x−4 y, is greater than, start fraction, 5, divided by, 4, end fraction, x, plus, 1 y> 4 5 x+1 x y Answer Multiple Choice Answers left parenthesis, 1, comma, minus, 8, right parenthesis(1,−8) left parenthesis, 6, comma, 5, right parenthesis(6,5) left parenthesis, minus, 6, comma, minus, 3, right parenthesis(−6,−3) left parenthesis, minus, 2, comma, 3, right parenthesis(−2,3)
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Math Problem Analysis
Mathematical Concepts
Linear inequalities
Graphing on a coordinate plane
Formulas

Theorems

Suitable Grade Level
Grades 912
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