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1. https://d26717c226ccd62f68563058e0b0...0Graphical.pdf

Question 2, why does the inequality 3x<=2y get shaded underneath the graph?

Rearranging gives y>= 3/2 x therefore shade under?
2. (Original post by iMacJack)
https://d26717c226ccd62f68563058e0b0...0Graphical.pdf

Question 2, why does the inequality 3x<=2y get shaded underneath the graph?

Rearranging gives y>= 3/2 x therefore shade under?
Your answer is correct, the markscheme is wrong. (Or there is a typo in the question, such that both inequalities as given to you should be the other way round).

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