**Determine whether** the given **ordered pair is a solution** to the system of **equations**. 6x - 2y = 36 3x + 3y =12 and (11,15) Yes.it **is a solution**: No, it is not a **solution**: Show your work and explain how you arrived your answer: Answers with no relevant explanations do not show an understanding of the topic and may get reduced or no credit: 8= 8 € 1 6 3=E A - 0- I B I W $ Xe *e Equatcn Sdmor. **Determine whether** the **ordered pair** is a **solution** of the linear **equation**. 1) 2) ±y = ±11x + 4 ; (0, ±4) 3) x = y + ; (±5, ±2) 4) ±9 ± 5y = 4x ; (±6, 3) 5) 7x ± y = 0 ; 6) 1.2x + 4.6 = 4.1y ; (3, 2) 7) ±6y = 8x ; (7, 8.3) 8) ±13y ± 14x = ±15 ; (±1, 6) 9) 10 = ±12y + 2x ; (5, 0) 10) 9y + 2x ± 3 = 0 ;. **Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution** to the given system of linear **equations** .(1,2) 3x-y=12x+3y=8 a2linetagadaW 2020-10-23 Answered **Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution** to the given system of linear **equations**.

**Plotting points on a coordinate plane**. (1.3.2) – Create a table of

**ordered pairs**from a two-variable linear

**equation**and graph. (1.3.3) –

**Determine whether**an

**ordered pair is a solution**of an

**equation**. (1.3.4) – Recognizing and using intercepts. To

**determine**if an

**ordered pair is a solution**to a system of two

**equations**, we substitute the values of the variables into each

**equation**. If

**the ordered pair**makes both

**equations**true, it

**is a solution**to the system. Let's consider the system below: 3x − y = 7 x − 2y = 4 3 x − y = 7 x − 2 y = 4 Is

**the ordered pair**(2,−1) ( 2, − 1. X Doesn’t work in both! Ans not a

**solution**.

**Determine whether**the

**ordered pair**is a

**solution**of the given.

**equation**. (− 1, 3), 3 x + 4 y = 9. 1. 2. Graph: f (x) = x 2 + 3. 3. Find the rate of change for the graph below. Use appropriate Find the slope of the line containing the following points. If the slope is undefined, state this. 4.