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3x+4y=12 (0, ),(2/3, ),(0, ),(-2/3, )


It looks like maybe you are supposed to take the equation 3x + 4y = 12, and solve for the values of y that correspond to given values of x. For example, when x=0, 4y = 12 and y = 3. Therefore the first "answer" is (0,3). When x = 2/3,
2 + 4y = 12 and y = 2.5

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