# 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