2x plus 3y
(x, y) = (3, 2)
(9,7) by Kayla hamilton
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
Put in function form. X = 5 + Y 5 + Y = - X Y = - X - 5 ==================The ordered pairs.
They are the coordinates of the infinitely many points on the line defined by the equation.
There are an infinite number of them. They are: x = any number y = 9.5
They are elements of the infinite set of ordered pairs of the form (x, 0.1x+1). It is an infinite set and I am not stupid enough to try to list its elements!
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.
There are many different ordered pairs for this. To figure it out, make up a value for x. Then plug it into the equation and solve to find y. You can use any number. For example, if x=2, then your equation would be 3(2)+1. Solve that and you get 7 for the answer (y). if x=2, then y=7 so one of the ordered pairs would be (2,7).