Question: Using substitution, identify the ordered pair that is not an element of the solution set of the system of equations. 3x − y = 2 6x − 2y = 4 Answers: (1, 1) (−2, −4) (0, −2) (2, 4)

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Question: Using substitution, identify the ordered pair that is not an element of the solution set of the system of equations. 3x − y = 2 6x − 2y = 4 Answers: (1, 1) (−2, −4) (0, −2) (2, 4)

(-2, -4)

Step-by-step explanation:

3(-2) - -4 = -2, so it doesn't work.

both equations are the same line

1st: consistent and dependent

2nd: (-2,0). Simply put the called and check.