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anonymous
 one year ago
Which three ordered pairs complete the table to give solutions of the equation y = x – 4?
A.
(–3, –7), (0, –4), and (3, –1)
B.
(–3, –7), (0, –4), and (3, 1)
C.
(–3, –1), (0, –4), and (3, 1)
D.
(–3, –1), (0, –4), and (3, –1)
anonymous
 one year ago
Which three ordered pairs complete the table to give solutions of the equation y = x – 4? A. (–3, –7), (0, –4), and (3, –1) B. (–3, –7), (0, –4), and (3, 1) C. (–3, –1), (0, –4), and (3, 1) D. (–3, –1), (0, –4), and (3, –1)

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phi
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1start with y = x – 4 for each (x,y) pair of numbers, test if when you "put in" the x number, you "get out" the y number. For example , for the first pair in Choice A: (3, 7) the first number, 3, is the "x value" in your equation, replace the "x" with 3, like this y = 3  4 now simplify to get y= 7 notice 7 matches the second number in (3,7). that means that pair "works" check the other two pairs. can you do that ?
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