Which ordered pair makes both inequalities true? y > -3x + 3 y > 2x – 2 |
(2,2) |

Which ordered pair makes both inequalities true? y < -x + 1 y > x |
(-2, 2) |

Which number completes the system of linear inequalities represented by the graph? y < -2x – 1 and y > -2x + |
2 |

Which ordered pair makes both inequalities true? y > -2x + 3 y < x – 2 |
(3,0) |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? has a line by 2 and 3 |
B. y > 2/3x + 3 and y < -1/3x + 2 |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? line by 3 and -3 |
A. y > 1/3x + 3 and 3x – y > 2 |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? |
D. x + 3y > 6 and y > 2x + 4 |

Which graph shows the solution to the system of linear inequalities? x – 4y < 4 y < x + 1 |
A |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? |
A |

Which ordered pair makes both inequalities true? y < 3x – 1 y > -x + 4
(4,0) |
A.(4,0) |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? x – 5y < -5 and y < -2x – 4 x + 5y > 5 and y < 2x + 4 |
B |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? y > x – 2 and x – 2y < 4 |
C |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? y > x – 2 and y < x + 1 |
D |

Which system of linear inequalities has the point (3, -2) in its solution set? |
B |

Which graph shows the solution to the system of linear inequalities? y < 2x – 5 y > -3x + 1 |
B |

Which ordered pair makes both inequalities true? y > -3x + 3 y > 2x – 2
(1,0) |
C |

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? y > x – 2 and y < x + 1 |
D |

Which ordered pair is in the solution set of the system of linear inequalities? y > x – 1 y < x – 1 |
no solution |

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