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Which ordered pairs in the form (x, y) are solutions to the equation 3x−4y=21 ? Select each correct answer. **
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Answer:wut that dude said is correct i verified it

Step-by-step explanation:Answer:(-1,-6) , (7,0) and (11,3)

Step-by-step explanation:3x – 4y = 21

4y = 3x – 21

y = 3/4x – 21/4 , the slope(m) of this line is 3/4

The x and y intercepts are (0,-5.25) and (7,0)

Taking a point (-3,3):

Slope(m) = change in y ÷ change in x

Slope = (3 – 0) ÷ (-3 – 7) = -0.3

Since the slope here is not 3/4 then point (-3,3) is not on the line.

Taking a point (-1,-6)

Slope = (-6 – 0 ) ÷ (-1 – 7) = -6/-8 = 3/4

The point (-1,-6) is on the line.

Taking a point (7,0):

This point is the x – intercept and so its on the line.

Taking a point (11,3):

Slope = (3 – 0) ÷ (11 – 7) = 3/4

Therefore the point (11,3) is on the line.