Spring98
  • Spring98
The coordinate grid shows the graph of four equations: Which set of equations has (1, 2) as its solution? A and D C and D A and C B and D
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Spring98
  • Spring98
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Spring98
  • Spring98
i'm not sure witch one it is!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Basically, what you want to do is use the (1,2) and go onto the grid and find which two lines it hits

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anonymous
  • anonymous
When you input (1,2) , what lines do you get?
Spring98
  • Spring98
here let me see again
Spring98
  • Spring98
A and C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have any other questions?
Spring98
  • Spring98
ya!
Spring98
  • Spring98
thank you for helping and ya i do like when problems are explained to me!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You are so welcome (: Just post any other questions you have; and don't hesitate to tag me!
Spring98
  • Spring98
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