# Which ordered pairs are a solution to the equation? y = 3x – 4 select all that apply. (4,2) (1, -1) (-1, -7) (2, 2)

Which ordered pairs are a solution to the equation? y = 3x - 4 select all that apply. (4,2) (1, -1) (-1, -7) (2, 2)

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(2,3) if you plug in the Y you get 3 on the left side and then you plug in 2 and get 3*2 - 3 which is 6-3 when is 3 as well . So both values on either side are equivalent

2. FireBlits8950 says:

1.) True
2.) True
3.) True
4.) False
5.) True
6.) A and C
7.) C and D
8.) A, B, and D
9.) B, C, and D
10.) B and C
I hope this helps love! ðŸ™‚

3. fonsworth5 says:

For the first question the answer is (2,2) and for the second question the answer is (0,4)

4. soliseric879 says:

y = 3x - 4

(4,2); when x = 4;Â  y = 3(4) - 4 = 9 FALSE
(1, -1); when x = 1;Â  y = 3(1) - 4 = -1 TRUE
(-1, -7); when x = -1;Â  y = 3(-1) - 4 = -7 TRUE
(2, 2); when x = 2;Â  y = 3(2) - 4 = 2 TRUE

(1, -1)
(-1, -7)
(2, 2)

5. Apple557 says:

That's a lot lol good luck