(-3,___) is a solution of y=4-3x Find the missing coordinate. -> I think that the answer is -5 but i'm confused. Can someone help?

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(-3,___) is a solution of y=4-3x Find the missing coordinate. -> I think that the answer is -5 but i'm confused. Can someone help?

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plug in -3 to the x part of the equation so y=2-3(-3) y=2-(-9) y=2+9 (subtracting a negative number makes a positive) y=11 so the solution is (-3,11)
y=4-3(-3)=4+9=13
answer is not -5!

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answer would have been -5 if x-coordinate was 3
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