This video shows us how to graph & shade a polygon of constraints. Start out by finding the non zero constraints and the other constraints and inequalities. You will need to know how to graph before you begin to do this equation. Look at the first constraint and then fill in the X and Y sign in your table. Continue on to do this for the other two constraints that you have. Once you have these written down and in front of you, it's just a matter of graphing. Start to graph with the given coordinates. Then when you are finished with this, shade the proper areas after plotting the points.
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