The shaded region shown represents the solutions to which inequality?
The shaded region shown represents the solutions to which inequality?

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Which graph represents this inequality?
3x + y ≤ 1
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Okay, so you’re, given the inequality, 3 x, plus y, is less than or equal to 1, and you are asked which choice fits this inequality. So 1 thing i want to do first. Is i want to solve this, for why get it back in slope, intercept form? So i’m going to subtract 3 x from both sides, so y is less than or equal to negative 3 x plus 1, and a couple of things i can tell out of this is because it’s an equals to it’s going to have a solid line on the Graph, the slope is 3 and then the y intercept is at 1 point. So when i look at these 2 choices, the other thing i want to notice is that if i test a point, let’s say i test 00 in this- i’m gonna plug 0 in for y 0 in for x, and i get 0- is less than or equal To 1- which is true, so that…

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