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babygirl809

  • one year ago

is (2,4) a solution of 3x-y=2

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  1. babygirl809
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    @H3LPN33DED

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    @King.Void.

  3. disqin
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    To verify just take Left hand side of the equation, i.e. \(3x-y\). Put \((2,4)\) in place of \((x,y)\) respectively... So LHS = \(3(2)-(4) = 2\) Compare with Right Hand Side of your equation... Is it's also \(2\)? Yes it is. Hence (2, 4) satisfies the given equation. Congratulations... you did it! :)

  4. jessie13
    • one year ago
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    it is right!

  5. babygirl809
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    thanks guys

  6. jessie13
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    np

  7. babygirl809
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    i have another question

  8. babygirl809
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    i suck at adding intergers

  9. babygirl809
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    i meant adding fractions

  10. babygirl809
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    44 over 56 + 67 over 78 divided by 78 over 187

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    @jessie13

  12. jessie13
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    What are the choices

  13. babygirl809
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    their arent any

  14. jessie13
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    oh i see!

  15. babygirl809
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    ya im confused

  16. jessie13
    • one year ago
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    0.78577317604 this is what i got??!!!! Tell me if its right?

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    0.785 thx

  18. jessie13
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    your welcome!

  19. jessie13
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    what about my medal?

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