Which of the pairs satisfy the inequality $2x-3y<5$ ?

a)$(2,0)$

b)$(1,-1)$

c)$(0,0)$

d)$(2,4)$

a)

b)

c)

d)

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2022-03-15
Answered

Which of the pairs satisfy the inequality $2x-3y<5$ ?

a)$(2,0)$

b)$(1,-1)$

c)$(0,0)$

d)$(2,4)$

a)

b)

c)

d)

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suboctavaja5

Answered 2022-03-16
Author has **6** answers

We have to substitute the pairs in the inequality and find which of them satisfies it

1)$2\left(2\right)-3\left(0\right)=4<5$ is true (satisfies)

2)$2\left(1\right)-3(-1)$

$=2+3=5<5$ is false (doesn't satisfy)

3)$2\left(0\right)-3\left(0\right)=0<5$ is true (satisfies)

4)$2\left(2\right)-3\left(4\right)$

$=4-12=-8<5$ is true (satisfies)

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