# How do you find ordered pairs in Y MX B?

## How do you find ordered pairs?

To calculate the ordered pair for any equation we replace one of the variables with any integer or a rational number and solve for the remaining variable. By this, we get values for both the variables that satisfy the given equation.

## How do you find ordered pairs given the slope?

So let's have the first ordered pair to be x1 y1. And the second ordered pair to be x2 y2. Now we substitute x1 is negative 7. So so x1 gets replaced by negative 7y.

## How do you find an ordered pair with slope and y-intercept?

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Take away negative 1 makes that a positive 1 and 2 take away 1 makes that a positive 1 so I subtracted the Y's to find the numerator subtract the X's to find the denominator.

## How do you find an ordered pair that is a solution to the equation?

Note: To figure out if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation, you could perform a test. Identify the x-value in the ordered pair and plug it into the equation. When you simplify, if the y-value you get is the same as the y-value in the ordered pair, then that ordered pair is indeed a solution to the equation.

## How do you find ordered pairs on a graph?

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And we always find the inputs or x values along the horizontal axis. And we always find the outputs or y values. Along the vertical axis looking at the first ordered pair.

## How do you find the y-intercept with two ordered pairs?

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You're going to use your slope formula M equals y2 minus y1 over x2 minus x1 and you're going to plug. In these numbers into here so let's do the numerator y2 minus y1 needs 0.

## What is an ordered pair solution?

The solution to a system of linear equations is the ordered pair (or pairs) that satisfies all equations in the system. The solution is the ordered pair(s) common to all lines in the system when the lines are graphed. Lines that cross at a point (or points) are defined as a consistent system of equations.

## What is an example of an ordered pair?

An ordered pair refers to a pair of two numbers (or variables) written inside brackets and are separated by a comma. For example, (1, 2) is an ordered pair. In coordinate geometry, it represents a point and in set theory, it represents an element of a relation/cartesian product.

## How do you find an ordered pair given only the data point?

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Step 1 find the x and y axis location of the point the x axis is the horizontal line. And the y axis is the vertical. Line the location of this point on the x axis is 2.

## What are ordered pairs in math?

An ordered pair is a composition of the x coordinate (abscissa) and the y coordinate (ordinate), having two values written in a fixed order within parentheses. It helps to locate a point on the Cartesian plane for better visual comprehension. The numeric values in an ordered pair can be integers or fractions.

## What is the first coordinate in an ordered pair?

The x-coordinate

The order in which you write x- and y-coordinates in an ordered pair is very important. The x-coordinate always comes first, followed by the y-coordinate. As you can see in the coordinate grid below, the ordered pairs (3,4) and (4,3) are two different points!

## How do you find the ordered pair of a quadratic equation?

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Every ordered pair consists of two values where the first value is the x value and the second value is the y value to determine which ordered pairs make the equation.

## How do you find an ordered pair in vertex form?

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So the x-coordinate of the vertex. Is just equal to negative b over 2a.