DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
Estimate the solution for the systems of equations using the graph. Then check with the equations. A. (0, 3) B. (0, -4) C. (2, 2) D. (3, 2) @tlatti
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katieb
  • katieb
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DJBreezy
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry attatchment isn't working
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy

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anonymous
  • anonymous
still not working but this is the idea: plug the numbers into the equations, first is x second is y and see if they match up (both sides of the equation should be the same)
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
https://agora-sapphire.k12system.com/CommunityWebPortal/Backpack/CKEditorImageShow.cfm?CK_MODULE_CODE=GBK&CK_PROGRAM_ID=TEST_BUILDER&CK_TEST_RID=1500&CK_QUESTION_RID=15471&CK_IMAGE_ID=1505 A nd a 2nd one https://agora-sapphire.k12system.com/CommunityWebPortal/Backpack/CKEditorImageShow.cfm?CK_MODULE_CODE=GBK&CK_PROGRAM_ID=TEST_BUILDER&CK_TEST_RID=1500&CK_QUESTION_RID=15471&CK_IMAGE_ID=1504
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anonymous
  • anonymous
need login to see it, sorry can't help :(

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