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what point lies on the line defined by 3x+ 6y = 2?

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  1. anonymous
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    an infinite amount. y = 2/6 + 1/2 x. plug in any x you want and get a y

  2. anonymous
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    because its multiple choice and the answers and like (number, number)

  3. anonymous
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    Try the x-value of the multiple choice and see if the y matches also.

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    o okay thank u!

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    No Problem! Tell me if you get it.

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    i get it now (:

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