# Graphing inequalities

• To graph an inequality, it must be in the form of $$y = mx + c$$, but it contains an inequality
• For example, instead of $$y = x + 2$$, it is $$y <= x + 2$$
• The region that is not covered by the inequality is shaded in, and the one that is is marked by an $$R\checkmark$$
• For > / <, the line is full
• For >= / <=, the line is made up of dashes

Created: 2021-11-13 Sat 19:38

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