MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Analyze the graph which inequality represents the graph

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A:

For this case, we must find two points that belong to the line and thus find the slope.We have:[tex](x1, y1) :( 1,1)\\(x2, y2) :(0,4)[/tex]We found the slope:[tex]m = \frac {y2-y1} {x2-x1} = \frac {4-1} {0-1} = \frac {3} {- 1} = - 3[/tex]It is also observed that the cut-off point with the y-axis is 4.In this way, we discard options A and B.We evaluate option C:[tex]y> -3x + 4[/tex]We substitute the point (0,0) that belongs to the shaded region and verify the inequality:[tex]0> -3 (0) +4\\0> 4[/tex]It is not fulfilled!Thus, the correct option is option D.ANswer:Option D