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Which ordered pair is a solution to the inequality y > x + 1? (1, 5) (0, -2) (5, -1) (2, 2)

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is 5 > 1+1 ?
Well tell me what you know about Ordered Pairs
@UnkleRhaukus no its wut i have up der^

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aren't ordered pairs numbers that can be put together?
Ok so i jus looked at it and i would say it is b but the negative wouldn't make much sense bc there aren't any negatives.
A pair of elements a, b having the property that (a, b) = (u, v) if and only if a = u, b = v.
use each answer to plug in the numbers, if it is true at the end then it is a solution
(1,5) is correct
the orded pair is (x,y)
so lets try choice a, plug in the numbers and you get 5 > 1 + 1
you get 5 > 2 since five IS greater than 2 your answer would be A
tyvm

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