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which ordered pair is not a point on the graph of y= 1/2x - 7

A.(1,-6 1/2) B.(-2,_8) C. (0,-7 )D. (2,8)

I dont get how do this problem if someone could explain how to do it that would be nice :)

Guest Dec 12, 2018

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If you substitute in the values of 'x' in to the equation, you will see that the 'y' value calculated is true for all of the ordered pairs ....except the LAST one.

ElectricPavlov Dec 12, 2018

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Best Answer

If you substitute in the values of 'x' in to the equation, you will see that the 'y' value calculated is true for all of the ordered pairs ....except the LAST one.

ElectricPavlov Dec 12, 2018