# Which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality y−4x≥−5 ? select each correct answer. (5, −2) (1, −1) (−4,

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(1,-1) (-4,2) (-2,1) are all correct answers because when you plug them in to the eqaution they keep the eqaution correct

The correct answers are

(1,-1) (-2,1) (-4,2)

When these answer choices are plugged in there correct.

Fill in x and y for the point value.

(1,-1)

(-4,2)

(-2,1)

I believe these will work

(-4,2),(-2,1) and (1, -1) are solutions to the inequality

Step-by-step explanation:

which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality y−4x≥−5? Select each correct answer. (−4, 2) (4, 0) (5, −2) (−2, 1) (1, −1)

We will test all the solutions and see which pairs are the solution to the inequality

(−4, 2)

x = -4 and y = 2

we will plug it into the inequality and see

y−4x≥−5

2 - 4(-4) ≥−5

2 + 16 ≥−5

18≥−5

This is true, therefore (−4, 2) is a solution

Next is (4, 0), x = 4 and y=0

y−4x≥−5

0 - 4(4)≥−5

0 -16 ≥−5

-16≥−5

This is not true, therefore (4,0) is not a solution

Next is (5, -2) x= 5 and y = -2

y - 4x ≥−5

-2 - 4(5) ≥−5

-2 - 20 ≥−5

-22≥−5

This is not true, therefore (5, -2) is not a solution to the inequality

Next is (-2,1) x= -2 and y = 1

y - 4x ≥−5

1 - 4(-2) ≥−5

1 + 8 ≥−5

9≥−5

This is true, therefore (-2,1) is a solution to the inequality

Next is (1, -1) x= 1 and y =-1

y - 4x ≥−5

-1 -4(1)≥−5

-1 -4≥−5

-5≥−5

This is true, therefore (1,-1) is a solution to the inequality

Therefore; (-4,2),(-2,1) and (1, -1) are solutions to the inequality

(1, −1)

(−2, 1)

(−4, 2)

Step-by-step explanation:

They are the only ones that work!! :) hope i ehlped

Answer= (1,-1) and ( - 4 , 2 ) ( - 2 , 1 )

Solution:

Put in the (1,-1) where x = 1, y = -1

y−4x ≥ −5

(-1) - 4(1) ≥ −5

-5 ≥ −5 Since LHS is equal to the RHS, this is the correct answer.

The other options

(5,-2)

y−4x ≥ −5

(-2) - 4 (5) ≥ −5

-22 ≥ −5

Hence incorrect since LHS is NOT equal to RHS

(4,0)

y−4x ≥ −5

(0) - 4 (4) ≥ −5

-16 ≥ −5

Hence incorrect since LHS is NOT equal to RHS

Hello.

The ordered pairs that are solutions to y - 4x ≥ - 5 are:

(1, -1)

(-2, 1)

(-4, 2)

The given inequality is

y - 4x ≥ - 5

To find the correct answer, we should test each answer as shown below.

Test (-2. 1):

y - 4x = 1 - 4(-2) = 9

It is ≥ -5.

CORRECT

Test (-4, 2)

y - 4x = 2 - 4(-4) = 18

It is ≥ -5

CORRECT

Test (4,0)

y - 4x = 0 - 4(4) = -16

It is < -5

INCORRECT

Test (5,-2)

y - 4x = -2 - 4(5) = -22

It is < -5

INCORRECT

Test (1,-1)

y - 4x = -1 - 4(1) = -5

It is ≥ -5.

CORRECT

The correct answers are

(-2,1)

(-4,2)

(1,-1)

This graph should help find the coordinates you need that was made of this inequality!

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To find the x-intercept, substitute 0 for y and solve for x.

-6x + 3(0) = 18.9

-6x = 18.9

x = 18.9 / -6

x = -3.15 <-- Your x-intercept is (-3.15,0)

To find the y-intercept, substitute in 0 for x and solve for y.

-6(0) + 3y = 18.9

3y = 18.9

y = 18.9/3

y = 6.3 (0,6.3) <-- Your x-intercept is (0,6.3)

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