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Which point is a solution to the following system of inequalities? x + 3y –6 2x – 5y > 10

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  1. gfields444
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    (4,-2) (3,0) (-3,-2) (-1,3)

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  2. Migitmack
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    http://www.mathway.com/problem.aspx?p=algebra

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    with 4 options, trial and error is a simple approach

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    @amistre64 yes but if it is a test they only have 1 chance

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    only one chance to write in down and try them out?

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    trial and error means, plug in the points to see what fits; then choose the point that fits

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    Great idea, thank you :)

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    oh NVM hehehe

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  9. amistre64
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    ... lol, take a guess and hope for the best? nonono lol

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    i use to have this toy shaped like a hollow sphere with different shaped openings in the side of it to find out which shape fitted which hole, i would try them out one at a time till i found the one that fit round into square every time :)

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    HARDEST TOY EVER!! LOL

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