Which statements are true about the ordered pair (−4, 0) and the system of equations?

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Mathematics, 02.12.2019 23:32

# Which statements are true about the ordered pair (−4, 0) and the system of equations?

{2x+y=−8x−y=−4

select each correct answer.

the ordered pair (−4, 0) is a solution to the first equation because it makes the first equation true.

the ordered pair (−4, 0) is a solution to the second equation because it makes the second equation true.

the ordered pair (−4, 0) is not a solution to the system because it makes at least one of the equations false.

the ordered pair (−4, 0) is a solution to the system because it makes both equations true.

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