There are an infinite number of ordered pairs that satisfy the equation.
There are an infinite number of ordered pairs. (-5, -7) is one pair
There are infinitely many ordered pairs: each point on the straight line defined by the equation is an ordered pair that is a solution. One example is (0.5, 2.5)
(0, 6.5) is one option.
The ordered pair is (1, 3).
Any ordered pair that satisfies y = 22 - X is a solution.
The ordered pair is (1, 1).
The coordinates of every one of the infinitely many points on the line defined by the equation is a solution.
The solution set for a linear equation in two variables comprises an infinite number of ordered pairs, and these are defined by the equation that appears in the question!
The ordered pair is (5, 4).
The ordered pair is (-1, -2).
The ordered pair is (-1, -7).
x = 6 So y = 9*6 + 4 = 54 + 4 = 58 The ordered pair is (6, 58)
It's an inconsistent pair of equations, for which there is no solution.
There are an infinite number of ordered pairs. Any point on the straight line which passes through (0,4) and has a gradient of -2 will be an ordered pair for the equation.
I have a hunch that this was originally a multiple-choice question, and you haven't given us the list of choices along with the question. There are an infinite number of ordered pairs that solve this equation. Go back to the list under the question, find the ordered pair where the 'y' number is 2 more than the 'x' number, and that's your solution.
4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair
The lines intersect at (3, 5)
If 5x plus 3y equals 13, the x equals 2 and y equals 1. This is because 5x2=10 and 3x1=3, and 10+3=13.
There are infinitely many "solutions". In the Cartesian plane, the coordinates of any point on the line defined by y = x + 2 is a solution. Thus, any ordered pair, (x, x+2) is a solution.
The Y means the y co-ordnate in an ordered pair.
-x+y=12is the equation of a line and since there are infinitely many points on the line and each point is represented by an ordered pair, we have infinitely many solutions.If we take x as 0, then y must be 12so (0,12) is one ordered pair that is a solution to the equation.Zero is often a nice number to pick since it makes the calculation a bit easier.
x = 1 and y = 6 so the lines intersect at the point (1, 6)
These are equations of two straight lines. Provided the equations are not of the same or parallel lines, there can be only one ordered pair. So the ordered pair is - not are : (0.5, -1)
x = 2 and y =-3 so the lines intersect at (2, -3)
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