I am having a problem graphing inequalities. I cannot seem to get it!

-2x+y<=10

I am so lost. I thought the answer was x -5 and y 0

I always graph the points backwards. Can anyone help me make sense of this!

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- July 5th 2005, 06:45 AMNicvPlease Help!!!!
I am having a problem graphing inequalities. I cannot seem to get it!

-2x+y<=10

I am so lost. I thought the answer was x -5 and y 0

I always graph the points backwards. Can anyone help me make sense of this! - July 5th 2005, 07:26 PMhpeQuote:

Originally Posted by**Nicv**

**in**equality.

To decide, set x = y = 0 : You notice that you obtain a correct inequality. Thus the point (0,0) is in the half plane that is described by the inequality, i.e. all points below the line are described by the inequality.