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Determine whether the given ordered pairs are a solution to the given system linear equation. Write your solution on a separate sheet of paper. $1$ $\left(3,2\right)$ $\left( \begin{cases} x+y=-1 \\ -2x-2y=2 \end{cases} $ $4.\left(\dfrac {3} {4},\dfrac {1} {4}\right)$ $ \begin{cases} \bar{-x-y=} -1 \\ -4x-8y=5 \end{cases} $ $2.\left(-2,6\right)$ $\left( \begin{cases} -x+y=-4 \\ 3x-y=-12 \end{cases} $ $5$ $\left(-5,-3\right)$ $\left( \begin{cases} \bar{y} \\ 3 \\ = \\ - \\ 5x-10y=5 \end{cases} $ $-$ $3$ $\left(0,-3\right)$ $\left( \begin{cases} 5x-5y=15 \\ -13x+2y=-6 \end{cases} $
7th-9th grade
Algebra
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Qanda teacher - saaketh
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