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8 June, 00:22

2y=3x+11

give three ordered pairs

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  1. 8 June, 00:39
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    Subtract on both sides
  2. 8 June, 00:49
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    3x - 2y = - 1Just so you know, this equation is of a line on a graph. It is in standard form. Ax+By=C, A and B cannot equal zero and A is greater than zero. A=3B=-2C=-1 As need coordinates for x and y. Let's make this easy, and begin with x=0[ (3) (0) ]-[2y]=-1-2y=-1Let's divide both sides by - 2 to isolate y ... (-2y) / - 2=-1/-2y=1/2 (0,1/2) y=03x - 2y = - 1[3x]-[ (2) (0) ]=-13x=-1 (3x) / 3=-1/3x=-1/3 (-1/3,0) For the third, how about x=1 ... 3x - 2y = - 1[ (3) (1) ]-2y=-13-2y=-1Let's subtract 3 from both sides ... - 3+3-2y=-1-3-2y=-4y=2 (1,2)
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