**Problems 1-4**

These problems are testing your understanding of the key concepts in this section. Read the text and then paraphrase or describe each word or process in your own words. If you get stuck, look in the book, but don’t copy your answers directly out of the book.
Problems 5-18

Graph each boundary line (solid if included, dashed if not).

Next, use a test point to determine the half-plane for each boundary. Use a highlighter pen to shade the intersection of the half-planes. See Examples 1 and 2.
Problem 19

This problem is making sure you know when a point is feasible.
Problem 20

This problem is making sure you know when you have a corner point.
Problems 21-34

Graph each boundary line (solid if included, dashed if not).

Next, use a test point to determine the half-plane for each boundary. Use a highlighter pen to shade the intersection of the half-planes. See Examples 1 and 2.
Problems 35-46

Set up these problems by building a table as shown in Example 3. Read the directions carefully; you are asked for the corner points only.
Problems 47-51

The procedure to follow is shown using four steps summarized in a box at the beginning of this section. These steps are illustrated in Example 3.
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**Quick Math**

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These problems are testing your understanding of the key concepts in this section. Read the text and then paraphrase or describe each word or process in your own words. If you get stuck, look in the book, but don’t copy your answers directly out of the book.

Graph each boundary line (solid if included, dashed if not).

Next, use a test point to determine the half-plane for each boundary. Use a highlighter pen to shade the intersection of the half-planes. See Examples 1 and 2.

This problem is making sure you know when a point is feasible.

This problem is making sure you know when you have a corner point.

Graph each boundary line (solid if included, dashed if not).

Next, use a test point to determine the half-plane for each boundary. Use a highlighter pen to shade the intersection of the half-planes. See Examples 1 and 2.

Set up these problems by building a table as shown in Example 3. Read the directions carefully; you are asked for the corner points only.

The procedure to follow is shown using four steps summarized in a box at the beginning of this section. These steps are illustrated in Example 3.