Which ordered pairs are solutions to the inequality 4x + y > –6? Choose all answers that are correct. (0, –9) (–3, 6) (–1, –1) (2, 0) (4, –20)

@austinL @aum @Happpily

are you in connections?

@Happpily No. :)

@TheSmartOne @e.mccormick @dumbo @Destinymasha @severus4ever

Lets plug in the solutions and see if it works.

Or you can graph it using Desmos Graphing Calculator and see what points fall in the shaded area.

Lets plug in (0,-9) 4(0)+(-9)>-6 0-9>-6 -9>-6 is false a is not a solution

lets plug in (-3,6) 4(-3)+(6).-6 -12+6>-6 -6>-6 is also false So b is not a solution either

lets plug in (-1,-1) 4(-1)+(-1)>-6 -4+1>-6 -3>-6 is true This is a solution

Lets just make sure the others are not solutions either

So lets plug in (2,0) 4(2)+(0)>-6 8+0>-6 8>-6 This is also a solution

Finally lets plug in (4,-20) 4(4)+(-20)>-6 16-20>-6 -4>-6 Also a solution

So we have three solutions (4,-20) (2,0) (-1,-1)

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