## Does the point (1, 3) satisfy the equation y = 5x? yes no​

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Does the point (1, 3) satisfy the equation y = 5x? yes no​

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6 months 2021-07-30T07:48:22+00:00 2 Answers 4 views 0

## Answers ( )

1. Answer:

Nope

Step-by-step explanation:

we can graph y = 5x as y = 5 units up and one unit to the right

but for right now let me be specific on what i mean

Specifically:

y = 5x is a Slope-Intercept equation, the original Slope-Intercept equation would be y = mx + b but in this case, we don’t have b so we’re focusing now on y = 5x, but what are we suppose to do with 5x??? well 5x represents the slope of the line so to graph a slope, use rise over run = rise/run. so only 5 is being used so 5 = rise/run = 5/1.

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Answer: (1, 3) doesn’t satisfy the equation

2. Answer:

No, it does not satisfy the equation

Step-by-step explanation:

Hi there!

We are given the equation y=5x and we want to know if the point (1,3) will satisfy the equation

If we substitute the values of a point into the equation, and the result is a true statement (ex. 2=2), then the point satisfies the equation

If we substitute the values of a point into the equation and the result is a false statement (ex. 0=7), then the point doesn’t satisfy the equation

The reason for this is because when we plug the value of a point into an equation, we’re seeing if the equation will pass through that given point.

So let’s substitute 1 as x and 3 as y into y=5x

3=5(1)

multiply

3=5

The result is a false statement; therefore, the point doesn’t satisfy y=5x

Hope this helps!