Mathematics

Which test point holds true for 3/2y - 2x>1?
A. (1/4, 1)
B. (4, 1)
C. (1, 1/4)
D. (1, 0)
E. (1/4, 3/4)


Answers

ElizbethLiddle208

2 years ago Comment

There exists a question that instead of >, the symbol used is ≥. Substitute the value of abscissas and ordinates of the points to x and y, respectively.

A. (1/4, 1)      (3/2)(1) - 2(1/4) = 1              TRUE
B. (4, 1)         (3/2)(1) - 2(4) = -6.5             FALSE
C. (1, 1/4)      (3/2)(1/4) - 2(1) = -1.625      FALSE
D. (1, 0)         (3/2)(0) - (2)(1) = -2              FALSE
E (1/4, 3/4)    (3/2)(3/4) - (2)(1/4) = 0.625  FALSE

Thus, the answer is letter A.