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10.4 | Systems of Inequalities |

In this Math tutorial, you will learn:

- What are systems of linear inequalities?
- How do we identify the solution set (zone) of a system of linear inequalities?
- Which method is the most suitable for solving systems of inequalities?
- How do we prove the correctness of the solution when dealing with systems of inequalities?
- How do you find the minimum/maximum value of the solution set in systems of inequalities?
- How do you find the leftmost/rightmost value of the solution set in systems of inequalities?
- How do we solve systems of three linear inequalities?
- How do we solve systems of inequalities where at least one inequality is not linear?

Do you remember how to solve a system of linear equations? How many methods we can use for this purpose?

Check whether the following number pair are solutions for the two linear inequalities

3x - 2y > 1 and x + y ≤ 4

A(-2, 0)

B(2, 1)

A(-2, 0)

B(2, 1)

Do you think there is any simpler method to check whether a number pair is a solution for two simultaneous inequalities? What does this method consist of?

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