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Which of the following ordered pairs is not a solution to the inequality y /> -3x - 2?
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haha just kiddin
what do you mean by />?
oh..well then try substituting each one
is -3 (1) -2 /> 1 ?
is -3(0) -2 /> 0?
is -3(-1) -2 /> 0?
-3(0) -2 /> -1 ?
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The possible answers that are in ordered pairs have two coordinates (x , y) for example (1, 1) the first 1 is the x-coordinate and the second 1 is the y-coordinate.
You have to substitute the x and y's of each possible ordered pairs into the equation so:
\[y \ge -3x - 2? \] let's try the first set of ordered pairs 1, 1
so you substitute 1 for the x and 1 for the y
\[1 \ge -3 (1) - 2\]
-3 times 1 is still -3 and -3 - 2 is -5. so -5 is not greater or equal to one. so it's not the first ordered pair. Now you just substitute the other pairs in to see if they are greater or equal to 1. :)
*last sentence i meant "to see if they are greater or equal to your y-coordinate of each ordered pair. Sorry.
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i dont even know how to put it coordinates but thank you anyway