

1. 
Which is the graph of the inequality x > 2? 


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2. 
Which is the graph of the inequality y x  3? 


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3. 
An automobile manufacturer produces two kinds of carsthe Bobcat x and the Lion y. The company must always produce twice as many Bobcats as Lions and at least 300 cars but no more than 1200 cars per day. Model this situation algebraically. 


A. 
300 x + y 1200 and x = 2y 


B. 
300 x + 2y 1200 and x = 2y 


C. 
300 x + 2y 1200 


D. 
300 2x + y 1200 


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4. 
The compound inequality 300 < x + y < 1200 and x = 2y is shown in the graph below. List the possibilities of Bobcats and Lions produced to meet the imposed conditions. 





A. 
All points on the segment of the line x = 2y whose endpoints are (100, 200) and (400, 800) and whose coordinates are integers. 


B. 
All points on the segment of the line 2x = y whose endpoints are (100, 200) and (400, 800) and whose coordinates are integers. 


C. 
All points on the segment of the line x = 2y whose endpoints are (200, 100) and (800, 400) and whose coordinates are integers. 


D. 
All points on the segment of the line 2x = 2y whose endpoints are (200, 100) and (800, 400) and whose coordinates are integers. 


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5. 
Which is the graph of the compound inequality 0 x + y 4? 


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