Intersection of Graphed Equations
The following are true of the intersection of graphed equations:
Consider the two equations y = 4x and y = 2x + 6. The intersection of these two graphed equations represents a solution to both equations.
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The ordered pair (2,4) is one solution to the equation y = 2x. The ordered pairs (3, 6), (4.5, 9), and (5.2, 10.4) are also solutions to the equation y = 2x.
y = 2x
4 = 2(2)
4 = 4
TEKS: 5(8)(A), 8(9)(A)