5260 Graphing Linear Inequalities

6 Questions | Total Attempts: 352  Settings  Give your answers in y=a+bx form, ie put the constant first, followed by the variable. Greater than or equal to is given as a >=, and Less than or equal to is given as <= in your answers.

• 1.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form? (y=a+bx)(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 2.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 3.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 4.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 5.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 6.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 7.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 8.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 9.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 10.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 11.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 12.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 13.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 14.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 15.
What is the inequation represented by the graph above? Give you answer in general form?(Note <= is less than or equal to, >= is greater than or equal to).
• 16.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 17.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 18.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 19.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 20.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 21.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 22.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 23.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 24.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• 25.
When plotting the inequation above, will the origin (0, 0) be shaded?
• A.

Yes

• B.

No Back to top