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- In this lesson, we will be looking at representing inequalities on a Cartesian plane.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

Which of the following is an example of a vertical line

y = 5

y = x

Q2.

Which of the following is an example of a horizontal line?

x = 5

y = x

Q3.

Which of the following coordinates lies on the line x = 10

(0,10)

Q4.

Which of the following coordinates lies on the line y = 5

(5,6)

Q5.

At what coordinate do the lines x = 10 and y = 5 intersect.

(10,10)

(5,10)

### 5 Questions

Q1.

Zaki says, "In my coordinate the x-ordinate must be greater than 3 and less than 8". Which of the following inequalities shows this?

3>x<8

3>x>8

Q2.

Yasmin says, "In my coordinate the y-ordinate must be greater than -3 and less than 5". Which of the following inequalities shows this?

-3 > y < 5

-3 > y > 5

Q3.

Which of the following coordinates satisfies Zaki and Yasmin's rules?

(3,4)

(8,5)

Q4.

What is the following inequality saying? -3<x<5

the x-ordinate must be greater than -3 and greater than 5

the x-ordinate must be less than -3 and greater than 5

Q5.

What is the following inequality saying? 2<y<5

the x-ordinate must be greater than 2 and greater than 5

the x-ordinate must be less than 2 and greater than 5