Q: What is the point on the graph which represents the order pair (3-0) is?

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A zero pair is an ordered pair of (0,0) located absolutely on the origin of a coordinate graph.

The equation 2x-5y=-1 has a graph that is a line. Every point on that line is an ordered pair that is a solution to the equation. So pick any real number x and plug it in. You will find a y and that pair (x,y) is an ordered pair that is a solution to this equation. For example, let x=0 Then we have -5y=-1so y=1/5 The ordered pair (0, 1/5) is a point on the line and a solution to the equation.

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On a 2-D graph, a pair of numbers are used to determine the position of the point on a graph.

A pair of numbers are usually (x,y) if u want to determine a point on a graph. Find the value for both x and y and then plot them on a graph

You can set variable "x" to any value, and then calculate the corresponding value for "y" - that will give you an ordered pair.

an ordered pair Coordinates.

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Each point on a line graph in 2-dimensional space can correspond to an ordered pair of values for two variables which is observed. Or, if it is a fitted line graph, it is an estimated ordered pair.

An ordered pair, depending on the exact kind of math you're doing, may represent a point on a graph, a piece of data, etc. In elementary algebra, an ordered pair generally describes a point on a graph in the format (x, y).

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Ordered Pairs?

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The x and y coordinates.