Q: What is -4x plus 7y equals 9 in ordered pair?

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4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair

(5,3)

(1,-2)

The lines intersect at (3, 5)

It is: x = -3 and y = -6 or as (-3, -6)

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4x+6y=62 -6x+6y=-18 what is the ordered pair

(5,3)

(1,-2)

16

x = 1 and y = 6 so the lines intersect at the point (1, 6)

The lines intersect at (3, 5)

It is: x = -3 and y = -6 or as (-3, -6)

The ordered pair is (6, 3).

(9,7) by Kayla hamilton

2y = 4x - 16 5y = 4x + 8 Subtract the first equation from the second: 3y = 24 so that y = 8 Substitute this into the first equation: 16 = 4x - 16 ie 32 = 4x so that x = 8 So the solution is (8, 8)

x+y=15, or y=15-x4x+3y=38Substitute y in 2nd equation with 15-x:4x+45-3x=38x=-7y=15-(-7)=22(-7,22)

Given the ordered pair (3, y), what value of ywould make the ordered pair a solution of the equation 4x − 2y = 24?12