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Determine whether each ordered pair is a solution of the given linear equation. See Example 5.

41. x=-13y; (0,0), (3,-9).

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The given linear equation is x = - 1 3 y .

The above equation can be written in the form x - - 1 3 y = 0 .

Therefore the given equation becomes, x + 1 3 y = 0

a) First ordered pair is (0,0). Here, x=0 and =0. Substituting in the given equation, we get

x + 1 3 y = 0 ...

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