This week we learned about graphing inequalities in two variables. It’s similar to how we did it in chapter 4, but we must find out what side of the parabola is used for the answers of the side by replacing x and y with numbers that aren’t on the line, (0,0) is the easiest to use in most cases so we usually use that to replace x and y.

In this example I show how to use this technique by replacing x and y with (0,0)