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    See the attached file. I know how to put points on the graph (for example (4,3)) but I am not sure how to get the information I need to graph on the attached.

    So I don't need to see these problems actually graphed out, just how to get to the stage before graphing.

    One:
    Graph:
    X ≥ 1

    Two:
    Graph:
    -8y < 34

    Three:
    Graph
    y ≤ 7x -7.

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    One:
    Graph:
    X ≥ 1

    Always think of your function in terms of Y and X. X is an input and Y is your output. There is no Y in this problem so Y can be anything from -infinity to +infinity. However X must be larger than or equal to 1. So just graph a vertical line at X=1 and shade ...

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