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Okay so the output would be y, so substitute 10 in for y 10= 4x-11 Do you know how to solve this equation?
that what i need help with
srry meant that is what i need help with
Okay so let's begin. In order to solve this, you need to do reverse order of operations
ok so wouldn't it be like you said 10=4x-11
Yep, now we have to solve for x, and once we do that, we'll have our ordered pair
ok so can you help me on that? I know i am sounding really stupid right now
Math is not my best subject right now
It's fine! We all have our struggles in math! Okay so our goal is to get x alone, in order to do this, we need to first get rid of the 11. Do you add it or subtract it to get rid of 11?
if i am right
Since 11 is negative, you would need to cancel it out by adding 11
then when I add that then that would be -1 or if i do -11+4 then that answer would be -7.
is that right @the_ocean_girl ?
Sorry I was doing geometry. After adding 11, you would get 21= 4x. From there, you need to divide both sides by 4 to get your x value
ohh i added -11
21/4 is 5.25 or rounding it would be 5.3. Right?
No need to keep mentioning me! When you comment it'll notify me. But yes! You're right! As an ordered pair, it would be (5.3,10)
oh ok so srry. I am totally new to this, I thought that is what I had to do.
So if 5.3,10 is the first ordered pair what would the other pairs be?
how many other ordered pairs is it expecting you to give?
srry I was in a dba with a teacher. I solved the problem and got a 100% on the dba. Thank you so much ma'am.
No problem! Tag me if you have any questions!