# What is the ordered pair for this equation y=3x+7?

There are many correct answers,as explained above.

y is referred to as the dependent variable because its value is dependent upon the value of x, which is known as the independent variable. Any value for x will yield a unique y value, which can be computed by multiplying it by three and then adding seven. The ordered pair could be expressed as (x, 3x+7).

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There are actually an infinite number of ordered pairs that will satisfy the equation

There are actually an infinite number of ordered pairs that will satisfy the equation

By plugging in values for x in the equation we can solve for y.

In the table below we see several of the possible coordinate ordered pairs of the equation

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The ordered pair for the equation ( y = 3x + 7 ) can be represented as ( (x, y) ).

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