Unit 3 Practice Test: 2-Variable Linear Equalities & Inequalities 

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x-2y<5

(-3,-2) gives -3+4=1 which is less than 5. So this satisfies the inequality.

(-1,-3) gives -1+6=5  doesn’t satisfy the inequality.

(0,4) gives -8 does satisfy the inequality.

(1,-3) gives 1+6=7 doesn’t satisfy the inequality.

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