### Complete the ordered pair of 5x plus y equals 4?

The ordered pair to complete is not included... To complete the ordered pair, take the given number, let's say it is (?, 3): x = ?, y = 3 Start by substituting it in for y, and solve for x y = 4 - 5x (rearranged to slope-intercept form for simplicity) 3 = 4 - 5x -1 = -5x x = 1/5 = .2 The completed pair is now: (.2, 3) For another example, let's…

### What orederd pair is y equals 8x?

-- Pick any number at all and call it " x " . Any number whatsoever. -- Multiply it by 8 and call the product " y " . -- There you are ! Now you have an ordered pair that's a solution to that equation. There's no limit. You can keep inventing ordered pairs just like that, until you have millions or billions of them, or as many as you want.

### What is the ordered pair form for y -3x 8?

Unfortunately, limitations of the browser used by Answers.com means that we cannot see most symbols. It is therefore impossible to give a proper answer to your question. Please resubmit your question spelling out the symbols as "plus", "minus", "equals", "squared", "cubed" etc. As far as one can tell the above expression looks like an equation for a line. If it is then it cannot be expressed as an ordered pair but requires an infinite number…

### What is a range in algebra?

When you have an ordered pair it is the second number. Example- (-3,7) 7 is the range. OR It is the difference between the largest and smallest number in a set of data. Example- 2,5,9,1,3 9-1= 8 the range would be 8. ______________________________________________________________ A collection of all output values. (algebra)

### Find the midpoint of the segment below and enter its coordinates as an ordered pair?

This can be done with the equation (x1+x2)/2, (y1+y2)/2 which, when solved, creates a (x,x) solution, or a coordinate pair solution. if you had the points (2,4) and (4,8) you would put x1 (2) plus (+) x2 (4) divided by 2, and 2+4 is 6, and 6/2 is 3, so we know our midpoint x value is 3. Then, we would plug in our 'y' values, so we would have y1 (4) + y2 (8)…