MATH SOLVE

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# Which graph shows the solution to the following system of linear inequalities?−3x − 3y < −3y ≤ −x + 1

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Answer:The fourth graph will be the solution.Step-by-step explanation:The system of linear inequalities are - 3x - 3y < - 3, ⇒ x + y > 1
And y ≤ -x + 1, ⇒ x + y ≤ 1
There is no solution for those two inequalities because there are no values of x and y that can satisfy both the equations.
Now, the fourth graph will be the solution as there is no shaded region for the solution in the graph and also the line x + y = 1 is plotted as a dotted line that means the solution does not include the line also. (Answer)