Which set of points lies on the given graph? A. (4, 11), (-2, 7), (1, -1) B. (4, 11), (2, -7), (1, 1) C. (-4,11), (-2, 7), (1, -1) D. (-4, 11), (-2, 7), (1, 1)

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Which set of points lies on the given graph? A. (4, 11), (-2, 7), (1, -1) B. (4, 11), (2, -7), (1, 1) C. (-4,11), (-2, 7), (1, -1) D. (-4, 11), (-2, 7), (1, 1)

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By looking at the graph, you can tell that one of the points is (-4,11)
You automatically eliminate A and B

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C seems like the most obvious choice.
Since both C and D have (-2, 7) all you have to do is check if (1, 1) or (1-1) falls on the line
@beehive You can't just give them a straight answer.
And C is wrong
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