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There is infinitely many solutions to that inequality. I would suggest solving for y, that will give you a line, and you will be looking for (x,y) pairs either above or below that line.
is it (7,18)
does that look like infinitely many solutions?
Did you understand what I said before?
You made it sound like there was a answer why you have to sound so rude to me I was asking a question...
I just need to know if (7,18) is right thats all. I am guess with you answering that way it is not
As polpak said, there are infinitely many ordered pairs that can represent points in this line. But, I'll tell you if (7,18) is one of them or not.
To check that, plug 7 for x and 18 for y and see if the relation is valid or not. So: \[3(18)-4(7)>2 \implies 54-28>2 \implies 26>2\] Now, tell me is 26 greater than 2? If so, then yeah (7,18) is "an" ordered pair in the line. If not, then it's not.
I hope that makes sense to you.
well it does say infinitely can be a answer
Yeah, (7,18) is an ordered pair on the line 3y-4x>2.