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Consider the following equation. x+4y=5Use the given x-coordinates {-3,1 ,5 } to find solution points that should be plotted when graphing this equation. (Select all that apply.)(1,1)(5,0)(-3,2)(1,5)(5,-3)(-3,4)

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Consider the following equation.

x+4y=5

Use the given x-coordinates {-3,1 ,5 } to find solution points that should be plotted when graphing this equation. (Select all that apply.)

(1,1)

(5,0)

(-3,2)

(1,5)

(5,-3)

(-3,4)

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Step 1

x+4y=5

Use the given x-coordinates {-3,1 ,5 } to find solution points that should be plotted when graphing this equation.

Step 2

At x=-3

x+4y 5
-3+4y 5
-3+3+4y=5+3
4y 8
4y 8
4 4
y 2
Hence (-3,2)
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x+4y 5 -3+4y 5 -3+3+4y=5+3 4y 8 4y 8 4 4 y 2 Hence (-3,2)

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Step 3

At x=1

...
x+4y 5
1+4y 5
1-1+4y 5-1
4у%34
4y 4
4
4
у-1
Hence (1,1)
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x+4y 5 1+4y 5 1-1+4y 5-1 4у%34 4y 4 4 4 у-1 Hence (1,1)

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