Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution to the given linear inequality:

x≤ -2

(a) (0,0), (b) (-1,3), (c) (-2,19), (d) (-5,-4)

x≤ -2

(a) (0,0), (b) (-1,3), (c) (-2,19), (d) (-5,-4)

x≤ -2

(a) (0,0), (b) (-1,3), (c) (-2,19), (d) (-5,-4)

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In each parentheses you have a number that means "x" and a number that means "y". The first number is the number that means "x". So the 0 in (a), the -1 in (b), the -2 in (c), the -5 in (d). since the inequality given is x < or equal to -2, which of the choices has a number that is less than -2 or equal to -2 in the x position?

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