draw the grph

Asked by  | 4th Jul, 2009, 11:17: AM

Expert Answer:

we see that the line x+y+1=0 will meet the x axis at a point whose y coordiante is zero. i.e. at (-1,0) [this we get by substituting y=0 in the eqn of the line] and the y axis at (0,-1)

Simly

the second line meets the x axis at (4,0) and the y axis at  (0,6)

Also both lines meet at the point (14,-15)

so if you draw the figure you will see that the vertices are

(0,-1), (4,0) and (14,-15)

 

Answered by  | 4th Jul, 2009, 06:41: PM

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