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Decide whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system. (-1, 6)

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(-1, 6) x + y = 7 x - y = -5
sorry left out some part of the question but i think it is
plug it in, do you get -5?

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x=-1, and y=6, from the ordered pair. so just plug those into your given system of equations.
X , Y (-1, 6) x + y = 7 x - y = -5 (-1) + 6 = 7(-1) -6 = -5 5 = -7 -6 = -5 5 = -13 = -5 No of those numbers equal each other. statement is false.
Yo jwheele1, don't solve it for the person. Help them. that is what this website is about, I think
no solution
I usually solve it but show the work So that they can see each step.
On bigger more complex problems i do break it up and ask questions
Aright my bad
what I'm I right no solution?
@Esmy The ordered pair is not a solution of the given system. The statement is false.
okay thank you ... :)
The answer is not a number or no solution....the anser is either true r this case false
or..."no, theordered pair does not provide a solution to the given system."

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