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Q: When we graph the inequality 4x - 3y?_ 0, why can’t we use (0, 0) as a test point? If we test the point (6, -5), do er obtain a false statement or a true one?the number that equation is supposed to
total (6, -5)
A: (0,0) as a test point can't be use to graph the inequality 4x - 3y because it is prefer to use a solution that is actually possible and (0,0) does makes the solution read 0 > 0 which is false. [ The number that equation is supposed to total (6,-5) is a possible solution so it is a true statement. ]
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