On a coordinate grid (x and y axes running from −6 to 6), shade the region comprising all points whose coordinates satisfy the inequalities
y 2x + 5, 2y + x 6 and y 2
B) work out the area of the shaded region.
Original post by Keyboard29467399
On a coordinate grid (x and y axes running from −6 to 6), shade the region comprising all points whose coordinates satisfy the inequalities
y 2x + 5, 2y + x 6 and y 2
B) work out the area of the shaded region.

Have you done a sketch?
Original post by Plücker
Have you done a sketch?

No I’m not to sure how to go around answering this question.
Original post by Keyboard29467399
No I’m not to sure how to go around answering this question.

Well to start with, can you draw the lines bounding the regions of interest e.g. y = 2x + 5
Original post by Keyboard29467399
On a coordinate grid (x and y axes running from −6 to 6), shade the region comprising all points whose coordinates satisfy the inequalities
y 2x + 5, 2y + x 6 and y 2
B) work out the area of the shaded region.
How do you answer part b?
Original post by improvised-raise
How do you answer part b?
this thread is 3 years old but presumably you've sketched the region - I'm guessing it's some sort of polygon in the coordinate plane, so how would you normally work out the area?