anonymous
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True or False: The ordered pair (-3, 1) is a solution to the system of equations: x + y = -2 x - y = - 4
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anonymous
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true or false
anonymous
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@lisa69 - you can't simply post all your homework on OpenStudy and expect people to answer it for you. If you need help, post a single question and wait for a reply. As opposed to 10 in the last hour. This is NOT what OpenStudy is for.
anonymous
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its peoples choice whether or not they want to answer. i'm not forcing them

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@lisa69 I'm sorry, but it's OpenStudy's choice that we don't allow this kind of behavior. Please see our Code of Conduct (openstudy.com/code-of-conduct) for clarification. Also, this is with your best interests in mind. By taking the time to learn how to solve your problems, it will make your future academics far easier, I assure you.
anonymous
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true
anonymous
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ture
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anonymous
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"its peoples choice whether or not they want to answer. i'm not forcing them" It's kind of OS policy now. Besides, you not only waste your own time by posting your homework up on here, but you waste the time of the people who want to help others understand math. Unless you're taking an online course and can cheat on your exams, then you are wasting your time by posting your homework because you'll fail your exams. Do you want to be something great when you grow up that requires a college degree? Fine then, but you're probably going to have to take at least the second quarter of calculus. Believe it or not, but you actually have to know how to do all of this basic stuff. Last thing and I'll be done with my rant. If you post 30 questions up here, it lowers the probability of other people getting their questions answered. People who've read their book, looked for online notes, and video tutorials for help with their problems.
anonymous
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@cshalvey I don't think she liked what I had to say ?
anonymous
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It would appear so ;). Eh, I'm used to that to be honest. I'm never going to win 'Most Popular on OpenStudy' that's for sure. But hopefully people (like yourself), understand that my intentions are *actually* in the best interest of everyone. Both askers and answerers. And I *really* appreciate your comment about engaged askers getting lost in the shuffle - we're addressing that this week actually ;)
anonymous
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You're a nice guy, so I don't really see a problem with telling it like it is. For me, I can't do it every time but when I get everything off my chest, it can be very refreshing.

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