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give five ordered pairs that make each equation true: y=20+x/3

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  1. An ordered pair consists of an x-coordinate and a y-coordinate, like (x,y). Sooo, you can just start picking random values for x and plugging it in to the equation to get a y value. For example, if you were to plug in 3 for x, you would get:

    y = 20 + x/3
    y = 20 + 3/3
    y = 20 + 1
    y = 21

    So, one ordered pair that makes this equation true would be (3,21) because when the 3 is inserted into the equation, y equals 21. Does this make sense?

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