Steps to graphing an inequality like x>7y
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Graph the line y=x/7, which passes through the origin. When x=7, y=1, so mark the point (7,1) and draw a line which goes through this point and through the origin (0,0).

x>7y can be written x-7y>0 which is the whole area to the right of the line, excluding points on the line.

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