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Problem states.
which of the ordered pairs (0,0),
(2,10),(1,5),(3,9) are solutions for the equation y=5x?
my answer:
all first three except the last pair. so yes to (0,0),
(2,10),(1,5)
You are correct on (0,0) and (1,5).
You are incorrect on (2,10). y = 5x = 10 (not +10)
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