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pinkmommy
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is it \(\le, \ge,>, <\) ??
\[y \le -3x-5\] we need to check each of the options, the one which does satisfy this, is our answer ! I'll check the first option for you a( -4, 0) x=-4 y=0 \[y \le -3x-5\] \[0\le -3\times -4-5\] \[0\le 12-5\] \[0\le 7\] this is not true, so this is not the correct option! \[0 \cancel{\le} 7\] @pinkmommy would you check the other options?
Which part you don't get?
0 is not less than -5, you tried that's great now check the other two options and you'd get the answer
you tell me which is true?
hint: 0 is bigger than all the negative no.s is 0 less than 1?
you're right, I'm so sorry. *facepalms We have two options correct
yeah @pinkmommy where you need my help ?
just a moment cause i m bit busy with my graphic designing k? :)
ok the question here is "Which of the following ordered pairs is not a solution to the inequality y <= -3x - 5" what are ordered pairs? answer) An ordered pair (a, b) is a pair of mathematical objects. In the ordered pair (a, b), the object a is called the first entry, and the object b the second entry of the pair. Alternatively, the objects are called the first and second coordinates, or the left and right projections of the ordered pair. ok so now we are asked to solve the inequality and tell that which ordered pair from the given options is satisfy the inequality *solution set is the set of solutions to an equation or inequality so how do we solve an inequality y <= -3x - 5 these are the given options A. (-4, 0) B. (0, 0) C. (-3, 0) D. (-2, 0) we'll put ever option in the inequality option A gives us A)0 <= 7 similarly B , C , D gives B)0<= -5 c)0<= 4 d) 0<= 0 so from here we can say options A and C are correct