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Find three different ordered pairs that are solutions of the question


x=2 and you have to use -1,0,1 for thje subsitut of y or x i don't know.im so confused please help


i don't know the ansrer math is hard


I can see why you are confused-- so am I.

If x = 2, that is just a vertical line on an x-y graph. There can be no other value for x other than 2.

No matter what the value of y is (-1, 0, 1 etc.) , x = 2.


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