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# y < 2x-1 y>-x+2 or y<3x -1 y>-x+3 By drawing the appropriate lines on the grid given. a. Draw the lines represented by the equivalent equations. Show that the point of intersection i

y < 2x-1

y>-x+2

or

y<3x -1

y>-x+3

By drawing the appropriate lines on the grid given.

a. Draw the lines represented by the equivalent equations. Show

that the point of intersection in (b) is the geometrical solution to

the algebraic solution of (a).

(8 marks)

b. Show the region described by the two inequalities.

(2 marks)

c. Determine if the point B (-1,3) lies within the region.

(2 marks)

d. Sketch the absolute value equation grid paper, indicating the

vertex and the gradient of the curve

y=2|x-1|-3