# How to solve and graph? #2x>5y+6#

##### 1 Answer

See below

#### Explanation:

Let's solve this inequality for

We can first draw a line (it'll be dotted to represent that the sets of values along the line are not a part of the solution) by graphing the point

graph{2/5x-6/5 [-2.956, 8.145, -2.393, 3.154]}

And now we need to work out which side of the line is our solution. My favourite point to use for this kind of work is the origin. We plug

and so the other side of the line gets shaded as the solution, like this:

graph{y<2/5x-6/5 [-2.956, 8.145, -2.393, 3.154]}