Show that the solution set of the system of inequalities is an unbounded set.
y - 3x 3, 2y + 3x - 6
Asked by Topperlearning User | 30th Apr, 2014, 11:22: AM
We draw the graph of the linear equations y - 3x = 3 and 2y + 3x = -6 first.
Now region coloured in red will show the inequality 2y + 3x -6 and region in green will represent the inequality y - 3x 3.
The doubly shaded region will be the required region which is clearly unbounded.
Answered by | 30th Apr, 2014, 01:22: PM
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