# How did you determine the unknown values in the frequency distribution table?

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How did you determine the unknown values in the frequency distribution table?...

Answers: 2

How did you determine the unknown values in the frequency distribution table?...

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6.disjunctive syllogism

The final answer is 3.12 meters

If not, put the x and y value together, in an ordered pair. (x, y)

An ordered pair has a pair of values in this format (x, y). To be able to determine if it's a true solution, substitute the x-coordinate and the y-coordinate to the systems you have solved on.

Let's say you have 2 systems:

2x + 3y = 18

5x - 3y = 17

That should have a point of intersection (the solution) of === (5, 8/3)

To check if it's true, CHECK it:

● Let's use 2x + 3y = 18 as our FIRST equation to solve.

● Substitute 5 to the "x" in the equation because it's the x-coordinate of the ordered pair.

2(5) + 3y = 18

● Substitute 8/3 to the "y" in the equation because it's the y-coordinate of the ordered pair.

2(5) + 3(8/3) = 18

Evaluate.

10 + 8 = 18

18 = 18 Correct!

● Let's use 5x - 3y = 17 as our FIRST equation to solve.

● Substitute 5 to the "x" in the equation because it's the x-coordinate of the ordered pair.

5(5) - 3y = 17

● Substitute 8/3 to the "y" in the equation because it's the y-coordinate of the ordered pair.

5(5) - 3(8/3) = 17

Evaluate.

25 - 8 = 17

17 = 17 Correct!