Which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality 2x-y> 1?

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Which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality 2x-y> 1?

well these are all the possible solutions that make the inequality statement correct.

Step-by-step explanation:

you can recheck by placing the pairs into the equation

hope that helps

[tex]Which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality 2x-y> -4[/tex]

Any points in the shaded region including (2,-2) and (-3,-8)

Step-by-step explanation:

Convert the line into slope intercept form and graph it.

2x-y > 1 becomes -y>1-2x. Divide both sides by -1 and you get y<2x-1. Graph it with the shaded area on the right and a dashed line.

Any point which falls within the shaded red of the graph is a solution. No points on the line since it is not equal to (its dashed) are solutions. Check the location of your points to verify that they fall within this area.

(-3, -8) ---Yes

(-1, -3) ---No

(0, 5) --- No

(1, 6) --- No

(2, -2) ---Yes

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