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The answer would be D right?

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- PopeLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
There is no answer D, but if you mean the fourth answer, then no. Consider y < 0. That is an inequality, and no point above the x-axis would satisfy it.

As with your previous question, this one has no correct answers among the choices. The correct answer would be the intersection of solutions for all inequalities in the system.

The first one is at least close, but there seems to be another language issue. The intersection of solutions of each inequality would mean that each inequality is intersected alone, which makes no sense.

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- Steve ALv 711 months ago
The first. I would call it the area where the shaded areas of all inequalities overlap.

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