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Which ordered pair is a solution of the inequality?

y ¡Ý 4x ¨C 5

A(3, 4)
B(2, 1)
C(3, 0)
D(1, 1)

I think it is C?

  • math -

    correction - I think this is D

  • math -

    Not sure why it posted like that....

    it's y> or equal to 4x-5.....

    I think this is D...
    not sure how you got B???

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