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its 2.4 page 19
question 2?

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1.
its on page 19
you have to click on the link and scroll down to page 19
anyone please be nice enough to help me
ok so do you know what the question is asking?
I dentify which of the given points are solution to the following linear equations
Is this the question?
yes
To help you get started, take the given equation and fill in 2 for x and 4 for y and see if you get a true result. 3x + 2y = 12 3*2 + 2*4 = 12 ? yes or no @wintersuntime
Does 6 + 8 = 12 ?
no
Correct, so cross off option A as not being an answer.
for b is no
3x + 2y = 12 Substitute 3 for x and 2 for y and see if a true statement results.
Post what you get, okay?
Its c and d
I also did number 2 but im struggling with number 3.
I agree with those answers for #1.
For number 2 its a and c
im struggling with number 3
x + y = 6 and (2,?) means that you are to substitute 2 for x and then crank out the value of y.
2 + y = 6 y = ?
4?
is that right ?
so would it be A.(2,4) and B(0,6) and c (6,0)
hello?
Yes, (2,4). Sorry that I was late in responding.
Hold on a sec while I check B and C
That is what I got. >>> and B(0,6) and c (6,0)
okay
its okay
for number 5. i dont get c
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Hello wintersuntime
hi
can you help me with number 5 with letter c please
Okay if I can find it.
https://www.mathematicsvisionproject.org/uploads/1/1/6/3/11636986/sec1_mod2_systems_se_71713.pdf
its on page 9
Did you find it ?
5. 3x-y=8
page 9 question 3?
no question 5
okay question 5
yes
i dont get letter c
the problems, I think
1 Attachment
for a i got (2,-2) b (0,-8) c ( , 0) i dont know whats for c ?
yes for 5
letter c
Since y=0 then you could write the equation as 3x = 8 then x=8/3
so i would have to multiply 3 times 8/3 ?
x=2.666666...
it actually equals 8
8 divided by 3
why does it equal 8?
because 3x8/3-0=8
8 divided by 3 = 2.66666...
multiply 3 times 3/8
3x = 8 right?
no 8/3
check in your caculator 3x8/3-0=
3x -y = 8 y = 0 So 3x = 8
yes
therefore x = 8/3
yes
so i got (8/3,0)
its right ?
yes :-)
yay
now i need to do graphing ughh
i did number 6 already
could u be nice enough to help me still ?
graphing?
i hope i dont bother u
yes for question 6.
i mean question 7.
I got a phone call - might be done in about 10 minutes
okay
https://www.mathematicsvisionproject.org/uploads/1/1/6/3/11636986/sec1_mod2_systems_se_71713.pdf
its page 9 question 7
Did you find it?
You have to make a graph of x<7 ?
|dw:1444271553126:dw| i only ploted 7 because i dont know what to do next
I'll make the graph
Here it is:
wouldnt there be coordnates
Yes, the red line is the graoh
All you need to do is graph the x values. Since NO y values are mentioned, there are NO y values to plot.
okay so it would just be the line right the red one straight
Don't forget to include the circle at x=7. Why do you need the circle there instead of just continuing the line to 7? The equation says x is less than 7 so x can never equal seven.
okay thanks
Okay then

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