1. Inequality graph

-x + y > 3

please list 4 points on a graph for x & y

thanks!!!

2. It's not clear what you asking for. Please state the full problem. Are you asking for 4 points in the region? Are you asking for 4 points on the graph of the line? Does X and Y have to be integer valued?

3. It's a simple line, (I think)

Hi,

The equation is the area above a line.
$y>=x+3$ consists of all the points including and above $y=x+3$ which is a line with gradient 1, x intercept $(-3,0)$ and y intercept $(0,3)$

4. Yes it is a region bounded by a simple line. I can name lots of points that have something to do with the line and the region. It is not clear what the question is asking.

5. Originally Posted by craigmain
Hi,

The equation is the area above a line.
$y>=x+3$ consists of all the points including and above $y=x+3$ which is a line with gradient 1, x intercept $(-3,0)$ and y intercept $(0,3)$
I think the term "gradient" is too advanced for pre-calculus, although it's certainly correct and might be understood. Slope seems to be more commonly because early algebra only teaches about lines with constant gradients. I'm not correcting you, I just want to point out to take in mind the level of the poster.

Originally Posted by meymathis
Yes it is a region bounded by a simple line. I can name lots of points that have something to do with the line and the region. It is not clear what the question is asking.
Agreed. Badly written question. "on a graph" could mean so many things.