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Determine whether each equation has the given ordered pair as a solution. 5x − 3y = 15; (0, 5)

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Let x=0 5x − 3y = 15 5(0) − 3y = 15 0-3y=15 3y=15 -- --- 3 3 y=5 (0,5)
thank you cause i wasnt sure of the question
?? you got an error there

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for starters; when x = 0 there is nothing over there and your left with -3y = 15 -3(5) does not equal 15
amistre where would be the error ok hold on xok
xok dropped the - sign from the y
but its good to know how to dbl chk to spot for those ..... the steps were good, just missed it by thaaaaaatt much lol
so -3/15 y=-5?
okay thax for checking amistre
just plug in your point values and see if it matches really (x=0, y=5); 5(0)-3(5)=15 0 -15 = 15 -15 = 15 is a contradiction; so the point aint part of the equation
can we have medals?
since ya tried :)
grrr :)
so amistre im safe with ur steps?
yep; if the point fits and makes it true; its good .... otherwise toss it
thanx both no sad faces u guys are helping me ! i appreciate it ok
:) youre welcome
It's not a solution. The answer would come out as -15 instead of 15
the solution is if there are 2 lines... the solution would be where the two lines meet

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