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Is the point P(0,2) in the region bounded below by y=x

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Is the point P(0,2) in the region bounded below by y=x

I'm not quite sure i understand this question. the 'bounded below' part mainly. Is it asking if the point is below the x axis? The wording is confusing me

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I think the answer is no. because the point is above the x axis
 

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The region bounded below by y = x is the set of points not below the graph of y=x. Or, to put it another way, the set of points on or above that graph.
 
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so the answer is actually yes coz it is above the graph
 
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Yes.
 

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