# Algebra

For parts (a)–(c) use the following equation: y = 2/(x + 6).

(a) Find the ordered pair that represents a solution to the equation when the value of x is 0.

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(b) Find the ordered pair that represents a solution to the equation when the value of y is 4.

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1. I did (a) already.
(b) if y=4, then
4 = 2/(x +6)
x +6 = 2/4 = 1/2
x = -5 1/2
Write the ordered pair.

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posted by drwls
2. Thanks but this is what the site got for part b (Im still figuring how)

4 = 2/(x + 6)

4(x + 6) = 2

x = 2/4 - 6 = -22/4

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posted by Autumn

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