# 8.9 Identify and Verify the values of x and y that simultaneously Satisfy Two Linear Equations

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Grade 8

Mathematics

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- Q1The two lines graphed on the coordinate grid each represent an equation. Which ordered pair represents a solution to both equations?(1, -2 )(−4, 0 )( −2, 1 )(0, -4 )60s8.9: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
- Q2The graph models the linear relationship between the charge for a trip and the number of miles driven for two taxis. Based on the graph, which statement appears to be true?The charge for a trip with a distance of 5 miles is $5 greater for Taxi 1 than for Taxi 2.The charge for a trip with a distance of 5 miles is $5 less for Taxi 1 than for Taxi 2.The charge for a trip with a distance of 5 miles is $20 for both Taxi 1 and Taxi 2The charge for a trip with a distance of 5 miles cannot be determined for either Taxi 1 or Taxi 2.60s8.9: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
- Q3Frank and Erica are selling ribbons to raise money for the football team. The graph shows the linear relationship between the number of ribbons each of them has left to sell and the number of days that they have been selling ribbons. On which day does it appear that Frank and Erica will have the same number of ribbons left to sell?Day 18Day 48Day 15Day 3360s8.9: Expressions, Equations and Relationships