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  • 3 years ago

Determine which ordered pair is a solution of y = 2x – 3. (–2, 7) (0, 3) (–4, –11) (5, –7)

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  1. Pandalover485
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    @SnuggieLad

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    @LazyBoy @desiraedallas99

  3. SnuggieLad
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    well...the first in the ordered pair is X and the second is Y now put those into the equation and work it out...what do you think it is. Which one is correct...if you multiply x by two and then subtract three does it equal the number you use for Y? go through all those and tell me which one you think it is. I GOT THIS GUYS

  4. Pandalover485
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    d??

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  6. Pandalover485
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    I think its d

  7. SnuggieLad
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    nope y is not negative

  8. Pandalover485
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    but x is right so it a

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    @SnuggieLad

  10. SnuggieLad
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    yup! you are correct!

  11. Pandalover485
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    THanks!!!!

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