MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Please help. Which statements are true about the ordered pair (−1,−4) and the system of equations?x−y=37x−y=−3Select each correct answer.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is true.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is false.The ordered pair (−1,−4) is not a solution to the system of linear equations.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is false.When (−1,−4) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is true.The ordered pair (−1,−4) is a solution to the system of linear equations.

Accepted Solution

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Answer:-The ordered pair (−1,−4) is not a solution to the system of linear equations.
-When (−1,−4) is substituted into the first equation, the equation is true.-When (−1,−4) is substituted into the second equation, the equation is true.
Step-by-step explanation:I took the k12 test too and got it right!