MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# Find an ordered pair (x,y) that is a solution to the equation.3x-y=3

Accepted Solution

A:

There are a number of ordered pairs that will work for this.

One example is (1, 0).

We can see this will work by first selecting any value for x. We'll use the 1 that I gave.

3x - y = 3.

Now sub the value in.

3(1) - y = 3.

Multiply.

3 - y = 3.

Solve for y.

y = 0.

This gives you the ordered pair (1, 0).

One example is (1, 0).

We can see this will work by first selecting any value for x. We'll use the 1 that I gave.

3x - y = 3.

Now sub the value in.

3(1) - y = 3.

Multiply.

3 - y = 3.

Solve for y.

y = 0.

This gives you the ordered pair (1, 0).