Which order pair is not a solution to the equation y = 2x² - 1.
(0, 6)
(3, 17)
(2, 7)
(-1, 1)


Let's try to put the pair into the equation:

x is the first number, and y is the second.


Let's perform the operations on the right:


so the left side is 3.

now, that would mean that the equation is 4=3, which is false! so the answer is A: does not fut the equation.
Let's plug in x-coordinate x=1:

y = 2(1)+1 = 2 + 1 = 3, which is not 4.

So the answer is A.
Just replace x and y by their respective values:
4 = 2 \times 1 + 1 = 3
Not very true, is it?

the ordered pair is (0,2)

Step-by-step explanation:

Point C with coordinates (3, 8) does not satisfy y = 2x as 8 is not equal to 2(3).

Hence the answer is C.

Step-by-step explanation:

A point (x,y) is a solution to an equation if plugging in x and y results in a true statement. ... So, the point (1,2) does satisfy the equation y=2x.. Is (1,0) a solution of the equation y=2x? A point is a solution to an equation if plugging in x and y results in a true statement.


Step-by-step explanation: i think this is the answer that or (4.5,0)


Step-by-step explanation:

(0, 6)

Step-by-step  explanation:

(0, 6)

Step-by-step explanation:

plug each x in and find the y

Do you know the answer?

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