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Graph each inequality.$-x+3 y>9$

Hello. I have a question and this I had to graph the inequality minus X plus three. Y minus X Plus three Y. Greater than nine. Okay first of all let us assume ah the equation minus X plus three Y equal to nine. And will be trying the point. So to draw this I need only two point. When X equal to zero. Why will be equal to three and then why call 20? X will be equal to minus nine. Okay um destroyed. This is X. This is why X equal to zero. I call 2 3. and when x equal to -9 let us say this is -9 Y. equal to zero. So we have this graph of minus X plus three Y equals tonight. No I'm certain this is the origin. We have to certain this inequality So for that let us plug in 0000 and this so zito Plus zero is 0 greater than nine which is false. So inequality it will be our region will be that side of the line on this, on which side Origin is not there. So since in this side there is origin. Therefore our answer should be our solution except a reason should be this side of the line. And there will not be any point of this line which will be any point on this line which will be included because there is only greater than not equal to Thanks

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