I know the answer is no unless I am wrong. but I cant find the steps they are confused me
I know the answer is no unless I am wrong. but I cant find the steps they are confused me
Determine if the given ordered pair is a solution to the system (-5,4) x+y=-1 x-y=-9
I don't understand this at all and I can't find the answer. Help.
how to get 2 ordered pairs out of this equation
2x-2y= 10. ( ,0,) Please provide an explanation for future problems
type the ordered pair that is the solution to these equations. 2x-3y=7 -3x+y=7
2.) What is 3 ordered pair that are Y-Intercepts? 3.) What is 3 ordered pair that are neither?
a=(3,6) b=(3,-2) c=(-2,3)
its solving inequalities
(3, -2) (2, 3) (-1, 4) (-1, -1)
Type the ordered pair that is the solution to these equations.
ordered pair top line x = 5y bottom line 2x - 3y =14
Type the ordered pair that is the solution to these equations. top line 2x + 5y = -9 bottom line3x - 4y = -2