# How do you find five ordered pairs of #y^2 = x#?

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To find five ordered pairs for the equation (y^2 = x), you can choose various values for (x) and solve for (y). Here are five ordered pairs:

- (x = 0): (y = \sqrt{0} = 0), so the ordered pair is ((0, 0)).
- (x = 1): (y = \sqrt{1} = 1), so the ordered pair is ((1, 1)).
- (x = 4): (y = \sqrt{4} = 2), so the ordered pair is ((4, 2)).
- (x = 9): (y = \sqrt{9} = 3), so the ordered pair is ((9, 3)).
- (x = 16): (y = \sqrt{16} = 4), so the ordered pair is ((16, 4)).

These are five ordered pairs that satisfy the equation (y^2 = x).

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