sinaboo27

07-09-2011, 12:33 PM

I'm am trying to solve -4x +4y > 8 I understand to add 4x to both sides which would bring it to 4y >8+ 4x now do I subtract 8 on both sides or -4y. I am trying to find the x, y points to graph

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sinaboo27

07-09-2011, 12:33 PM

I'm am trying to solve -4x +4y > 8 I understand to add 4x to both sides which would bring it to 4y >8+ 4x now do I subtract 8 on both sides or -4y. I am trying to find the x, y points to graph

Subhotosh Khan

07-09-2011, 04:51 PM

I'm am trying to solve -4x +4y > 8 I understand to add 4x to both sides which would bring it to 4y >8+ 4x now do I subtract 8 on both sides or -4y. I am trying to find the x, y points to graph

Your inequality reduces to:

y > x + 2

Can you plot

y = x + 2

Your inequality reduces to:

y > x + 2

Can you plot

y = x + 2

mmm4444bot

07-09-2011, 06:33 PM

[I] am trying to solve -4x +4y > 8 [for y]

I understand to add 4x to both sides which would bring it to 4y >8+ 4x Correct!

now do I subtract 8 on both sides or -4y.

Neither. To solve for y, you divide both sides by 4

I understand to add 4x to both sides which would bring it to 4y >8+ 4x Correct!

now do I subtract 8 on both sides or -4y.

Neither. To solve for y, you divide both sides by 4

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