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I need help in showing what the graphs look like and what the differences are for the following scenario:
Preparing for upcoming sales meeting and need to create and compare various supply demands by graphs to show the break even point for the company. You have compared the linear equation graphs and linear inequalities. What are the major differences between the linear equation graph and the linear inequality graph? In what ways can these graphs be used by the company?
Please see the attached file.
2x - 5y = 8
5y = 2x - 8
y = (2/5) x - 8/5
Demand (x) Supply (y)
The major differences between the linear equation graph and the linear inequality graph are explained.