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Select the ordered pairs that satisfy the equation 1/7x Check all that apply. a) (-7,-1) b) (4,14) c) (21,3) d) (14,2) e) (1,7) f) (7,5) what the answer?

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y=1/7x
I can not answer ti for you.
It is against the Code of Conduct. Nobody here is allowed.

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no one will know ^
WHATS THE ANSWER?
I am not allowed. Nobody is. We can get banned.
Know one will know
^I KNOW
same
but who the hell would bloc him for saying ONE answer
I am sorry, no. They will know. Secondly just take the ordered pair (x,y) and plug it into the equation. See if it works out properly.
Do that for each answer untill you have your answer.
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