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Which ordered pair is a solution of the equation y = 3x? A. (–2, –9) B. (–8, –18) C. (–8, –3) D. (–10, –30)

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  1. ash2326
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    @kary8724 I'll check one option for you, the rest you have to check. Would you do that?

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  2. ash2326
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    @kary8724 I'm waiting for your response

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    First things first, an ordered pair is written as (x,y). To find a pair which satisfies this equation, plug the x value of the ordered pair into y=3x in the x position. If the y value you get doesn't match what is given in the ordered pair, try another. In this case, the answer is (-10,30) y=3*-10=-30 y=-30 when x is -10.

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    option D is the correct one since it satisfies the equation

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