anonymous
  • anonymous
Which order pairs are the solution to the problem? A. (10,6) and (1,5) B. (10,4) and (5,1) C. (10,6) and (5,1) D. (10,5) and (5,1)
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dejmccray
  • dejmccray
what problem?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
y=x-4 sorry I forgot to put that
dejmccray
  • dejmccray
its fine plug order pairs in X,y 10-4=?
anonymous
  • anonymous
10-4=5
dejmccray
  • dejmccray
10-4 is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
5
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer would be 5 for the question you just asked
dejmccray
  • dejmccray
Close it's actually 6 close so the order pair (10,6) is correct cause 10-4=6 which correct now next (1,5) 1-4=-3 which is not 5 so 1,5 is not correct since we know (10,6) is correct what other choice have the order pair (10,6)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@dejmccray yeah I had meant to say 6 not 5.
dejmccray
  • dejmccray
its fine when you see what other choices have (10,6) you see the answer is C but ordered pairs fit c;

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