(-1,-3),y > 3
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Hey! I'm a little confused as far as what exactly the question is asking, but I'm assuming the question is whether or not the test point can be a solution to the linear inequality.
The linear inequality y>=3 means that for the graph, all y-values must be greater than or equal to 3. The point that you're given (-1,-3) has a y-value of -3. -3 is less than 3.
So, the test point is not a solution to the linear inequality.
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