Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Linear Inequalities.

last monday, before we went on holidays we learned about One Linear Inequalities.
teacher said, we could represent each linear inequalities by these representation:

this means that > with out the underscore at the bottom that 6 is included in the solution
and for y >(with the underscore at the bottom) 6 means that it is not part of the solution

she gave a couple of examples like this..

normally its always easy to figure out the right region when you use (0,0)
last example the teacher gave us was this one:

the intersection of these two inequalities is where they both intersect in this case they intersect at the region where you see both colours are present.
That's it. next scribe is Camille : P

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