Posted by **tim** on Monday, May 3, 2010 at 12:13pm.

for the system of inequalities y >= 2x - 1 and y <= 3x - 1, which of the following statements best descibes the ordered pair (1,1)

a)The point (1,1) is a solution for y >= 2x - 1, but not y <= 3x - 1.

b) The point (1,1) is not a solution for either equation.

c)The point (1,1) is a solution for the entire system.

d)The point (1,1) is a solution for y <= 3x - 1, but not for y >= 2x - 1

d

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