After this lesson, hopefully you see how easy it is for a computer to show you
the collection of points on a cartesian coorinate system that satisfy an inequality. Typically after these,
you move on to compound inequalities, which as you to find the collection of points that satisfy 2 or more
inqualities.

This is once again, very straightfoward to do on a computer, with only a small "tweak" to the last lesson.

We again focus on the `if`

statement, only instead of putting in a single inequality, we put in as many
as we wish and join them with `and`

or `or`

statements, as discussed in this lesson.

`if`

statement.
Type your code here:

See your results here:

The code here will not run. But suppose as an example you want to
find the region that satisfies $4y< x-6$ and $x+y>7$. What would you put
in as the question to ask in the

`if`

statement? See the hint if you
get stuck.
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