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If you are graphing and you get an equation that looks like this y>4x-8 and the first # isn't a fraction, how do you graph it ?

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Your first number is a fraction which is \frac{4}{1} .

That is for every unit change in x-direction, the y-direction changes by 4 units.

Please take a look at the other answers on this thread, on how to graph inequalities.

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