In this video the instructor shows how to shade a system of inequalities. He says that shading a system of inequalities is similar to shading a single inequality but in the former case you tend to shade more than one inequality in the same graph. He shows how to do that using an example set of inequalities and plots the lines on the graph. He uses dotted lines for lesser than or greater than inequalities and uses straight lines for inequalities which contains the equal to symbol. Now he shades on the graph depending up on the sign of the inequality and finally solves the system of inequalities. This video shows how to shade a system of inequalities using an example.
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