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  • 5 years ago

what is the order pair for 3y-4x>2 please?

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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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.

  2. anonymous
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    is it (7,18)

  3. anonymous
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    does that look like infinitely many solutions?

  4. anonymous
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    Did you understand what I said before?

  5. anonymous
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    You made it sound like there was a answer why you have to sound so rude to me I was asking a question...

  6. anonymous
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    I just need to know if (7,18) is right thats all. I am guess with you answering that way it is not

  7. anonymous
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    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.

  8. anonymous
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    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.

  9. anonymous
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    I hope that makes sense to you.

  10. anonymous
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    well it does say infinitely can be a answer

  11. anonymous
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    Yeah, (7,18) is an ordered pair on the line 3y-4x>2.

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