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2x-5y≥10

If you want to graph this then lets try to use the method intercept method =)

Let x=0

-5y≥10

Divide both sides by -5

y≤2

(0,2)

Let y=0

2x≥10

Divide both sides by 2

x≥5

(5,0)

Now after you plot the points connect both of them with a line. Now comes the shading part, if you want to know what part you need to shade, you must think of a coordinate that is greater than 5 and less than 2. Lets try (6,0.4)

2x-5y≥10

2(6)-5(0.4)≥10

12-2≥10

10≥10

Therefore shade the bottom part of the line not the upper part. Hope this helps =)

If you want to graph this then lets try to use the method intercept method =)

Let x=0

-5y≥10

Divide both sides by -5

y≤2

(0,2)

Let y=0

2x≥10

Divide both sides by 2

x≥5

(5,0)

Now after you plot the points connect both of them with a line. Now comes the shading part, if you want to know what part you need to shade, you must think of a coordinate that is greater than 5 and less than 2. Lets try (6,0.4)

2x-5y≥10

2(6)-5(0.4)≥10

12-2≥10

10≥10

Therefore shade the bottom part of the line not the upper part. Hope this helps =)