Solving systems of equations has many forms: the substitution method, the elimination method, and graphing. But for *inequalities*, solving systems can only be done by graphing. That's because we need to shade above or below the line. The shaded region represents all the points that would satisfy (or, work) within the inequalities. Great music on this Yay Math in Studio session, YAY MATH!
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