1. ## Algebra!!! Oh Noez!!!

ok is been a while, and im now completley stuck with one last question. i tried all the methods i have up my sleeve and they STILL DONT WORK

its about finding regions and stuff...
so yeah

a:y>=-4 x=<3 y<x
b:x<0 y=<2 y>=x-3
c:x>1 y=<2 y>=x
d:y=<5 y>=x y>=-x
e:y<4 y>=x+1 y>=1-x
f:y>=x y=<2x y<3

HALP!!!

but i will be working on this as well, so just plz tell me if u only noe even 1 of the answers k?

2. What's the question actually asking?

3. ## Oops!

oh we need to find the region... or smth liek that

4. Any way you might be able to post it exactly as it's written?

5. ## soz

thats the closest i could get it to. the >= is the symbols that means more than or equal to, and its vice versa for =<

6. Maybe you can post a similar question and its answer?

7. thats the problem. i dunno how to do this question... D:

8. Maybe these are like "feasible regions" in a linear programming model!?

9. basically the question just askds to find the region that is described by the inequalities (my first post)

10. Well the domain of the first one is...

-4 < x <= 3

And the range is...

-4 <= y < 3

You mean that?

11. Maybe something like this for (a) with vertices at (-4,-4), (3, -4), (3, 3):