Starting from the y-intercept of you do by either moving one block <em>south</em><em> </em>over four blocks <em>west</em><em> </em>or one block <em>north</em><em> </em>over four blocks <em>east</em>. Now, you have to figure out which graph follows the inequality symbol in the inequality. In this case, two answer choices match this because the <em>less</em><em> </em><em>than</em><em> </em>inequality will result in a <em>dashed</em><em> </em><em>line</em>,<em> </em>so we can automatically eliminate answer choices D.and B..Now, to figure out our graph once in for all, we need to use the zero-intervaltest[testpoint[0, 0]] to ensure if we either shade the opposite portion [the portion that does NOT contain the origin] or the portion that DOES contain the origin. We then need to verify it as false or true:
This is a FALSE statement, so instead of shading <em>above</em> the dashed line, we shade belowthe dashed line, and that answer choice is A..