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Determine if the ordered pair is a solution to the system.
5x  7y= 4
y= 1/2 x  1
a. (2,2) b. (2, 2)

The solution should satisfy both Eqs:
5x  7 = 4. (2,2).
5*2  7*2 = 24. Therefore, (2,2) is not a solution.
Test the other point in both Eqs.
You'll find that neither point satisfies
both Eqs.
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