Which shows the graph of the solution set
Algebra

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The answer is Graph #3 from the left because the x and y points from the equation are x =2 and y = 4 and with <= 12 the shaded area will be below the line and the points will have solid circles.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.How I got x =2 and y =4 are as follows:
Took the original equation; 6x +3y <= 12 and simplified first
*moved a common multiplier out of 6x+3y which was 3, which can go into 6 and 3
3(2x+y) <= 12
*Next, I divided by 3 to get x and y on one side
2x+y <= 4
Solved for the xequation first
2x <= 4 y
*divide by 2 to get x by itself
x<= 22y (EQ #1)
Solved for yequation now
2x+y <= 4
*subtract 2x from both sides to get y by itself
y <= 4 2x (EQ #2)
Now to solve EQ #1 the xintercepts at y = 0
x<= 2 2y
x<= 2  2(0)
x<= 2 therefore the point on the graph would be (2,0)
Now to solve EQ #2 the xintercepts at x = 0
y<= 4  2x
y<= 4 2(0)
y<= 4 therefore the other point on the graph would be (0,4)
**Hope this explains it in better detail and glad to have you as a student.
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