# Systems of Linear Inequalities

Solving systems of linear inequalities means the same thing that it does with a single inequality. What we're looking for is a visual representation of all the possible solutions, i.e. a graph.

# Video Lectures

### Lectures

The procedure for graphing the solution to a system of linear inequalities is practically identical to the process we used for graphing the solution set for a single equation - you're just going to to it twice, once for each inequality. (lecture slides)

There are two special cases that can come up with linear inequalities that you need to be aware of - both of them are based on situations where the boundary lines are parallel. (lecture slides)