Which ordered pair is a solution to the inequality y > x + 2?

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Which ordered pair is a solution to the inequality y > x + 2?

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which implies you have choices?
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test (0,0) 0>2 false

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Any point in the shaded region will work
IDK. I FEEL STUPID
do you know th order pair to the anwser you gave me??
If you give me some points to choose from, I can then answer the question. Any point in the shaded region is the solution.
(0,2) (6,3) (1,-10) (-5,2)
ok another way to do this is to just sub those values into the inequality
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It is not (0,2) or test (6,3) I will double check your math
okay just let me know.
ok I am waiting for you to test (6,3) but I will check your work. Please post your work
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