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Graphing an inequality with along with an equality in Wolfram|Alpha.

Posted 10 years ago

I entered simple inequality and equality functions into wolfram alpha but it does not plot the function and display the region which satisfies the inequalities at the same time. Here's a quick example: plot 6x+5y < 100; y>10 ; x>5 ; 5x=10y. This is what wolfram alpha would display: enter image description here

All I'm looking for is a way to display the region of the inequalities and the equality. Please keep in mind that I am no expert with wolfram alpha. The help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

POSTED BY: A G
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Wolfram|Alpha is plotting the regions. See this for example:

plot 6x+5y < 100; y>10 ; x>5 ; 5x=10y with x from 1 to 10 and y from 1 to 20

For more complicated plots, it's better to use Mathematica since you can specify exactly what you want.

POSTED BY: Sean Clarke
Posted 10 years ago

Ok, thank you for the reply.

POSTED BY: A G
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